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Workshop proceedings Implementation of National Ivory Action Plans in Central Africa

Published 13th June 2016

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Central Africa countries meet to support National Ivory Action Plan implementation

Kinshasa, DRC—countries from across Central Africa met in November last year to strengthen regional collaboration in implementing National Ivory Action Plans (NIAPs) in the region. 

Workshop Proceedings: support of the Implementation of National Ivory Action Plans (NIAPs) in Central Africa

Report author(s):
Sone Nkoke Christopher, Paulinus Ngeh Chiambeng, Nick Ahlers

Publication date:
June 2016

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