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Rapport de l’atelier: action de planification pour renforcer la collaboration sous-régionale. Appui à la mise en oeuvre des Plans d’Action Nationaux pour l’Ivoire (PANI) en Afrique centrale. 

Document (PDF, 2.1MB) by Sone Nkoke Christopher, Paulinus Ngeh Chiambeng, Nick Ahlers. (2016). TRAFFIC. Yaoundé, Cameroon.
ISBN no: 978-1-85850-395-0. Les 18 et 19 novembre 2015, le Projet Wildlife-TRAPS (Wildlife Trafficking, Response, Assessment and Priority Setting - Le Trafic de la Faune, Réponse, Evaluation et Etablissement des Priorités) mis en oeuvre par TRAFFIC – le réseau de surveillance du commerce de la faune et de la flore sauvages – et l’UICN, a organisé un atelier sur la planification d’actions en collaboration (CAP – Collaborative Action Planning) à Kinshasa, République Démocratique du Congo (RDC).