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July 23, 2018

GEF-Satoyama Quarterly Newsletter January to March 2018

The quarterly newsletter highlighting the main activities of the quarter January to March 2018 has b...
December 20, 2017

Report on the launch of the LAFA Forum

Lafa_Compte rendu de lancement.pdf
November 20, 2017

GEF-Satoyama quarterly newsletter, July to September, 2017

The fourth quarterly newsletter of the GEF-Satoyama project has been released. It can be found at&nb...
October 6, 2017

National working session for the conservation & sustainable management of sharks and rays in Madagascar

Twenty-five experts from around Madagascar, including scientists from WCS, representatives of Govern...
August 28, 2017

GEF-Satoyama quarterly newsletter, April to June, 2017

The fourth quarterly newsletter of the GEF-Satoyama project has been released. It can be found at GE...
July 17, 2017

SATOYAMA Quarterly newsletter, January - March, 2017

The GEF-Satoyama-Project Quarterly Report can be found at http://gef-satoyama.net/wp/wp-content...

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