Midterm Review of the Central Asian Mammals Initiative (CAMI)

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The Central Asian Mammals Initiative (CAMI) (Resolution 11.24) and its associated Programme of Work (POW) were adopted by CMS Parties at the Eleventh Meeting of the Con-ference of the Parties (COP11) in 2014. As recommended in the POW, which runs until 2020, there is a need to conduct in-tersessional meetings for CAMI Members every 2.5 years (Activity 4.1.5) to review implementation and discuss the way forward. The main objective of this meeting was to review implementation of activities agreed in the POW, discuss challenges, future needs as well as priorities until 2020 in order to enhance conservation action on CAMI species on the ground, agree on reporting and monitoring processes for CAMI and prepare for CMS COP13 in 2020. The workshop also included a session to discuss ways to foster national implementation of CMS and CAMI with Government representatives and initiated a review of the CAMI species conservation status, involving species focal points (SFPs) and other attending experts.

16 Apr 2018 10:00 to 19 Apr 2018 10:00
OrganizerGerman Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN)
CMS InstrumentCentral Asian Mammals Initiative
CityVilm Island
VenueInternational Academy for Nature Conservation