The Third Meeting of the Parties of the Agreement on the Conservation of Gorillas and Their Habitats (Gorilla Agreement) will be held from 18 to 20 June 2019 in Entebbe, Uganda. The Meeting is hosted by the Government of Uganda with the generous support of the Government of Luxembourg.
The main objectives of the Third Meeting of the Parties are:
The Gorilla Agreement provides a legal framework to maintain and restore Gorilla populations and their habitats. The Agreement covers the Western Lowland Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla), Cross River Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla diehli), Eastern Lowland Gorilla (Gorilla beringei graueri), and Mountain Gorilla (Gorilla beringei beringei). For further information please visit the Gorilla Agreement's website.
All participants including Parties, non-Party Range States, and Observers, are kindly requested to register through the online registration form by 4 May 2019. Observers may participate in the Meeting in accordance with Rule 2 of the Rules of Procedure of the Agreement.
Participants are kindly requested to contact the Ugandan Diplomatic Mission as soon as possible to obtain a visa to Uganda. For further details, please see the information note or visit the E-immigration website at: https://visas.immigration.go.ug/#/help/visa
18 Jun 2019 to 20 Jun 2019
|Organizer||Government of Uganda with the generous support of the Government of Luxembourg|
|CMS Instrument||Gorilla Agreement|
|UNEP/GA/MOP3/Doc.2||Rules of Procedure|
|UNEP/GA/MOP3/Doc.4.2||Provisional annotated Agenda and Meeting Schedule|
|UNEP/GA/MOP3/Doc.8||Report of the Interim Secretariat|
|UNEP/GA/MOP3/Doc.9||Report of the Depository|
|UNEP/GA/MOP3/Doc.14||Discussion on Updating the Action Plans|
|UNEP/GA/MOP3/Doc.15||Proposal for Cooperation between GRASP and the CMS Gorilla Agreement|
|UNEP/GA/MOP3/Doc.16||Discussion on Possible Synergistic Actions on Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)|
|UNEP/GA/MOP3/Doc.17||Institutional Arrangements for the Agreement|
|UNEP/GA/MOP3/Doc.18||Programme of Work and Budget (2019-2021) of the Gorilla Agreement|