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Expanding and Strengthening Civil Society at National and Local Levels in Mozambique through the Development of Bird Watching Tourism at Key Biodiversity Areas (South Africa)

Afrique du Sud

CEPF - Protection de la biodiversité par l’autonomisation des personnes

Titre : Expanding and Strengthening Civil Society at National and Local Levels in Mozambique through the Development of Bird Watching Tourism at Key Biodiversity Areas (South Africa)

Pays /Région : Afrique du Sud

Durée : Jul 2012 - Dec 2014

Présentation
BirdLife South Africa will help transition the Mozambique Bird Club, currently a voluntary membership association of hobbyists, into a more active and capable organization. At the same time, BirdLife will develop birding routes designed to encourage South African tourists to visit southern Mozambique with the goal that the new incarnation of the Mozambique Birding Club eventually assumes responsibility for leading birding tourists, community engagement, and site-based conservation of bird habitat.

Bénéficiaire : BirdLife South Africa

Financement : US$243,768

Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF)

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