MoP15 : Proceedings and documentation of Streams – of the15th CBFP Meeting of Partners

Download the presentations from the Streams - The Thematic Sessions (Stream) of the 15th CBFP Meeting of Partners took place as part of implementation of the CBFP roadmap.  The Streams helped strengthen coordination and promote information exchange, mobilization of CBFP partners, monitoring and evaluation of partners’ actions and communication around actions undertaken. It was equally observed that CBFP partners who took part in CBFP meetings were well informed and were eager to share knowledge regarding innovations, emerging results, and developments in the implementation of their programs and projects.   During the 15th CBFP Meeting of Partners, a total of 6 Thematic Streams-Sessions were organized (available for download)...

 

Proceedings and documentation of Thematic Session - Stream 3: Forest Law Enforcement and Good Governance -  - and Land Use Dynamics - Leader: EU... Read more …

Proceedings and documentation of  Thematic Session - Stream 2: Conservation, Wildlife and Bushmeat – Leader : AWF - CIFOR...Read more … 

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President Idriss Deby ITNO grants audience to CBFP Facilitator, Minister of State François-Xavier de Donnea

N’Djamena, 23 October 2018The Minister of State François-Xavier de Donnea, Facilitator of the Kingdom of Belgium for the Congo Basin Forest Partnership, the Executive Secretary of COMIFAC Mr Ndomba Ngoye Raymond and the Co-Facilitator, Mr Maxime Nzita met his Excellency Mr Idriss Deby ITNO, President of the Republic of Chad.   

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Welcome to our new partner Hasselt University!!!

Brussels, 06 November 2018, Hasselt University has officially joined the members of the Congo Basin Forests Partnership (CBFP). As part of the accession process, Hasselt University submitted the required documents and agreed to abide by the CBFP members’ cooperation framework in promoting sustainable management of forest ecosystems in Central Africa.

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Maplecroft: 84% of world’s fastest growing cities face ‘extreme’ climate change risks

What do 84% of the world’s fastest growing cities have in common? Rapid growth, rising temperatures and increasingly severe weather events brought on by climate change are putting companies and investments at risk. Urban centres in Africa dominate in terms of population growth, with 86 of the 100 fastest growing cities. Significantly, 79 of these are rated ‘extreme risk’ in the CCVI, including 15 African capitals and many of the continent’s key commercial hubs. 

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YahooMews: Two thirds of African cities face 'extreme climate risk'

Paris (AFP) - Rapid population growth and poor infrastructure have put two out of three cities in Africa at "extreme risk" of the threats posed by climate change, according to a new analysis released Wednesday.

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MoP 18th Side Event - USFWS: Roundtable discussion on wildlife capacity development in Central Africa

The purpose of this roundtable discussion is to learn about priorities, gaps, and opportunities for wildlife conservation capacity development in Central Africa.  Session Co-Chairs :   Dirck Byler, Chief, Africa Branch, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Francis Tarla, Central Africa Bushmeat Action Group (CABAG)/University of Dschang, Cameroon...

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voaafrique-French NGO to manage largest and endangered nature reserve in Niger

Niger has appointed the French NGO Noé to manage its largest natural reserve, Termit and Tin Toumma, which is home to several protected and endangered plant and animal species, the Nigerien Ministry of Environment announced on Tuesday.

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J-7: New personalities confirm participation in Africa PPP Forum - Hurry!

We are pleased to invite you to take part in the annual meeting on PPPs (Public-Private Partnerships) in Africa. This year’s Africa PPP Forum will focus on the ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) and Agricultural sectors.

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Foder: Newsletter of the Forum on Mining Governance in Cameroon

The National Forum on Mineral Governance in Cameroon was held from 10 to 11 October 2018, at the Djeuga Palace Hotel in Yaounde. The forum was organized within the framework of the Mines-Environment-Health and Society Project (ProMESS) which is being implemented by FODER with the financial support of the European Union. It was chaired by the Secretary General of the Ministry of Mines, Industry and Technological Development (MINMIDT) and the Minister’s representative as well as the Representative of his Excellency the Ambassador of the European Union Delegation to Cameroon, Mr. Arnaud Demoor, Chief Adviser of the Cooperation.

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CBFP News Archive

2018

CPLC Newsletter - Fall 2018
REDD+ in GCF
GCF Recent Activity
FTNS Annual Report 2017
Cidt : FGF Brazzaville 2018
Fourth CBFP Council meeting
Forest Watch - April 2018