• EAAFP Partners’ Engagement at CMS COP14

    In a week’s time, the 14th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS COP 14) is set to take place from February 10th to 17th, 2024, in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. This pivotal environmental treaty, operating under the United Nations, provides a global platform for the conservation […]

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  • World Wetlands Day 2024: Wetlands and Human Wellbeing

    Each year on 2 February, we celebrate World Wetlands Day to mark the adoption of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands in 1971 in Ramsar, Iran. This year, convened by the Secretariat of the Convention on Wetlands, the theme is “Wetlands and Human Wellbeing”, and Dr. Musonda Mumba, the Secretary General, clarified that its objective is […]

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  • Sister Site Learning Exchange Programme: Incheon – Hong Kong

    From January 8 to 11, the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) had the privileged opportunity to join a local delegation visiting Hong Kong for a wetland management training and exchange. The 37-member delegation, which included representatives from the Incheon Metropolitan Government of South Korea representing various sectors like the Environmental Bureau, Incheon Free Economic Zone, […]

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  • Japan Showcases National Partnership Strength at EAAFP Meeting

    The East Asian–Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) Secretariat had the honour of witnessing the lively energy of Japan’s National Partnership during a hybrid meeting held from December 7 to 10, 2023.  This event held special significance for our Chief Executive, Jennifer George, who played a key role in crafting the EAAFP National Partnership Guidelines. Masterfully organised […]

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  • Updates on Avian Influenza Situation by FAO/EMPRES-AH (Sep 2023 – Dec 2023)

    The following article is based on a summary provided by Kamata Akiko from the FAO Animal Production and Health division (NSAH): FAO/EMPRES-AH consistently monitors the global avian influenza situation, gathering information from various national and international sources and peer-reviewed scientific articles. Through close collaboration with country and regional offices, the implementation of avian influenza field […]

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  • Literature list (Jul–Dec 2023)

    1) Biology & Ecology XU, Z., DONG, B., WEI, Z., LU, Z., LIU, X. and XU, H. 2023. Study on habitat suitability change and habitat network of rare wintering cranes in important international wetlands. -Ecological Indicators, 154: 110692. LEU, M., ISDELL, R. E., GALVIN III, R. M., RAPP, A. J., MASON, S. D., BILKOVIC, D. […]

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  • EAAFP’s Positive Experience at IUCN Leaders Forum 2023

    © Kyle Esperanza Zuleta In a vibrant display of global collaboration, the EAAFP Secretariat was an active participant in the IUCN Leaders Forum 2023 hosted in Geneva, Switzerland on October 13. This Forum, which followed the success of the 2022 edition in Jeju Island, showcased the interconnectedness of climate and nature crises and the potential […]

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  • Funding Boost for Flyway Activities: Australian Government’s Support and Priorities

    ©Eugene Cheah The Australian Government has extended its support for several key activities of CMS-EAAFP. Four projects of high priority will collectively receive $340,000 (AUD) to address the issue of hunting migratory birds, implement crucial actions as outlined in the Single Species Action Plans for the Far Eastern Curlew and Christmas Island Frigatebird, and contribute […]

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  • Welcoming Paleik Lake (EAAF154) and Pyu Lake (EAAF155) as new Flyway Network Sites of Myanmar

      Paleik Lake © Thiri Dae We Aung/BANCA Pyu Lake © Thiri Sandar Zaw On the 16th of November 2023, the East Asian-Australasian Partnership (EAAFP) welcomed the addition of two new Flyway Network Sites (FNS) of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar namely, Paleik Lake (EAAF154) and Pyu Lake (EAAF155), marking the seventh and […]

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  • EAAFP welcomes new Communication Officer: Wen Qing Ng

    © Wen Qing Ng The East-Asian Australasian Flyway Partnership welcomes a dynamic addition as Wen Qing Ng joins the Secretariat as the Communication Officer, infusing a new dimension into the arena. With a profound interest in wildlife conservation and biosecurity projects, her unique perspective and diverse background spanning over a decade promise to breathe fresh […]

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