Logistics Fact Sheet no. 4: Draft Agenda of the 15th MOP - Agenda of Streams - Agenda of related meetings - Field Visit / Provisional agenda of the 15th CBFP MOP and Streams Agenda- CBFP related Meeting Agenda - Field Trip ...

 

 

 

LOGISTICS FACT SHEET NO 4

 

 

15TH Meeting of CBFP partners - from June 17 to 19, 2015 in Yaounde

 

 

Dear Partner,

Please, do inform us if for any reasons you are no longer available so that participants on the waiting list can get a chance to attend the meeting. For your information, there are close to 160 participants on the waiting list.

 

 

a) Summary Logistics sheet: 

Summary Logistics sheet - 15th CBFP Meeting of Partners

Airport - local transportation- hotels - registration - field visit - restaurants - climate- security - telephone contacts ... Kindly download the summary sheet containing practical tips for participants... Read more …

 

 

b) Agenda of CBFP  and related Meetings in Yaounde

15.06.2015 - 20.06.2015 15th CBFP Meeting to be held during the week of June 15-20

 

 

c) Agenda of the six (6) Streams- Technical Sessions of CBFP in Yaounde

Now updated: CBFP- MoP 15: Welcome to the Streams at the 15th CBFP Meeting of Partners

...The Streams will help strengthen coordination and promote information exchange, mobilization of CBFP partners, monitoring and evaluation of partners’ actions and communication around actions undertaken... Now Agendas Updated... Read more …

 

 

d) Agenda of protected areas days and RAPAC Side event  on June 17th, 2015 from 6:00-8:00 pm

15.06.2015 - 16.06.2015 RAPAC: : Fifth Central African Protected Areas Days, Cameroun

 

 

 

e) Agenda of OCFSA sessions

15.06.2015 - 16.06.2015 Extraordinary Council of OCFSA Ministers: Signing of Headquarters Agreement between OCFSA and the Cameroon Government

 

 

f) Agenda of the REDD+ CIFOR workshop

15.06.2015 CBFP: CIFOR Learning Event on REDD+ Policy and Benefit Sharing in the Congo Basin countries, 15th June 2015, Hotel Merina, Yaoundé

 

 

g)  Review Workshop and Validation of the draft special Report SoF 2015  - « Climate and Forest ».

 

 

h) Agenda of TNS and TRIDOM sessions

16.06.2015 TNS: Second Meeting of the Tri-national Technical supervision and arbitration Committee (CSTA) OF THE Sangha Tri-National

 

17.06.2015 - 18.06.2015 Sub-regional Workshop to Validate the Memorandum of Understanding on the consensual plan of integration of transboundary elephant migration corridors into national land allocation plans of TRIDOM areas

 

 

i) Agenda of CEFDHAC sessions and the media

16.06.2015 - 17.06.2015 Training sessions for civil society organizations in the Congo Basin: Capacity Building

 

17.06.2015 RECEIAC- Media Forum

 

 

j) ANNOUNCEMENT Informal Technical Roundtable Discussion on Pangolin Conservation in Central Africa

 

16.06.2015 USFWS: ANNOUNCEMENT Informal Technical Roundtable Discussion on Pangolin Conservation in Central Africa

 

 

k) Side Event: CIFOR-CIRAD-GIZ: Informal Meeting in order to initiate a process of discussion and south-south exchange experiences on a theme relating to forest policy with interested stakeholders: Theme: Forestry Reform in Indonesia Cameroon. Origin? Links to REDD

17.06.2015 Side Event: CIFOR-CIRAD-GIZ: Informal in order to initiate a process of discussion and south-south exchange experiences on a theme relating to forest policy with interested stakeholders: Theme: Forestry Reform in Indonesia Cameroon. Origin? Links to REDD

 

 

l) Field Trip -  ITTA-UCLA: Congo Basin Institute Inauguration - June 20, 2015

20.06.2015 Click to Register... Field Trip: ITTA-UCLA: Congo Basin Institute Inauguration - June 20, 2015

 

 

m) PFNL Sub-Working Group

22.06.2015 - 24.06.2015 Fourth Meeting of PFNL Sub-Working Group

 

 

n)Congo Basin VPA Implementation-Championing Forest people’s rights and Participation Project - Sub-regional workshop on collaboration between MPs and the civil society for forest governance in the Congo Basin

22.06.2015 - 23.06.2015 Congo Basin VPA Implementation-Championing Forest people’s rights and Participation Project - Sub-regional workshop on collaboration between MPs and the civil society for forest governance in the Congo Basin

 

 

Refer back to logistics fact sheets Nos. 1, 2 and 3

Please consult logistics sheets No.1 and No.2 available at the links below: http://ccr-rac.pfbc-cbfp.org/logistics.html

 

 

Organizations and contact persons for general intelligence inquiries about the MOP

 

- Ms. Victory EHETH

Director of Cooperation and Partnerships

Ministry of Forestry and wildlife of Cameroon 

Email: ongmouto@yahoo.fr

Tel: +237 699 81 97 45

 

 

- Ms. Anny BANDOMA

IUCN-Central and West Africa Program (ODP)

E-mail:Anny.BANDOMAAPIMBA@iucn.org

Tel: +237 699 90 23 73

 

 

- Mr. Olivier KENHAGO TAZO

Africa Director

Ministry of External Relations

Email: okenhago@yahoo.fr

Tel. +237 677658940

 

 

- Dany Dogmo Pokem

Senior CBFP Communications and Liaison Officer

E-mail:dany.pokem@pfbc-cbfp.org

Please, do not hesitate to use these important contacts to express your expectations.

On behalf of the CBFP Facilitation, Best regards.

 

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