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2005

Conservation and Sustainable Use of Globally Significant Biological Diversity in Khazar Nature Reserve on the Caspian Sea Coast

Turkmenistan

Pays  : Turkmenistan

Organisme de financement  : UNDP - United Nations Development Programme

Organisme d’exécution  : Ministry of Nature Protection (MNP)

Approuvé le : June 08, 2005

Finalité et objectifs

This project seeks to strengthen Turkmenistan’s national system of protected areas by demonstrating effective biodiversity conservation in Turkmenistan’s Khazar Nature Reserve (Khazar) on the Caspian Sea coast.
The strategy proposed in this project is intended to demonstrate state-of-the-art methods and practices aimed at addressing these issues at the country’s largest protected area Khazar Natures Reserve assess the effectiveness of their application and identify best practices, and then replicate these practices and methods at other sites within the National System of Protected Areas.

Informations financières

GEF Grant : 1.429 US$m
Cofin Amount : 1.598 US$m
Project Cost : 3.027 US$m

Lien vers le site GEF (Global Environment Facility)

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