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Driving environmental conservation across Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific
supported through BIOPAMA grants
Hosted in BIOPAMA focal countries
Euros invested in grassroots environmental conservation in Phase 2 alone
Chumbe Island Coral Park (CHICOP) are using their BIOPAMA grant extend patrol operations against poaching attempts inside the Marine Protected Area
In addition to eight Chumbe team members receiving full-time employment, 15 local rangers from two other marine conservation areas in Unguja are benefitting from the establishment of a Ranger Network with enhanced skills and knowledge in effective MPA management.
The Saint Lucia National Trust is using its BIOPAMA grant to improve monitoring and management capacity and continue key conservation initiatives.
Project activities include the recruitment of rangers and a programme officer for the Pointe Sable Environmental Protection Area (PSEPA) as well as the procurement of surveillance and monitoring equipment for conservation activities within the target areas. Appropriate staff training will be provided in use of equipment to ensure the conservation of key resources in the PSEPA. Increased monitoring activities and surveys will be conducted for the offshore islands, marine turtles and other endangered wildlife.
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