Stakeholder Meeting on the Conservation of Large Mammals in Central Asia

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The Stakeholder Meeting on the Conservation of Large Mammals in Central Asia developed a draft programme of work for the conservation of migratory mammals in central Asia, including identification of priority activities and suitable coordination and financial arrangements for implementation support. This Programme of Work and a Resolution on the Central Asian Mammals Initiative (CAMI) was adopted at the 11th Conference of the Parties to CMS (COP11) in November 2014.

The German international radio broadcaster Deutsche Welle conducted interviews concerning the meeting and conservation in Central Asia with Christiane Röttger.  The interviews can be accessed here: Central Asia to protect mammals and Röttger: 'There's a need to invest in conservation now'.

The presentations held during the meeting are available as PDF download:


A COP11 Regional Preparatory and Negotiation Workshop for National Focal Points of central Asian Parties to CMS took place back-to-back on 26-28 September 2014.

For more information, please contact Christiane Röttger (

23 Sep 2014 to 25 Sep 2014
OrganizerUNEP/CMS Secretariat
CoorganizerDeutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ), Academy for Nature Conservation Isle of Vilm of the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation
CMS InstrumentCentral Asian Mammals Initiative

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Number Title Files
UNEP/CMS/CAMI/Doc.1 Provisional Agenda
UNEP/CMS/CAMI/Doc.2 Provisional Annotated Agenda
UNEP/CMS/CAMI/Doc.3 Provisional List of Documents
UNEP/CMS/CAMI/Doc.4 The Central Asian Mammals Initiative (CAMI)
UNEP/CMS/CAMI/Doc/5 Programme of Work for the Central Asian mammals Initiative (2014-2020)
UNEP/CMS/CAMI/Doc.6 Draft Resolution: the Central Asian Mammals Initiative