• 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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  • Farewell to Yeji Park, Administration and Finance Assistant

    © EAAFP Secretariat In the words of Yeji Park, “Working at an international organization like EAAFP was one of my desires as a student who studied international trade and international relations. At first, as a person who did not major in the field of environment, all the topics we are dealing with here were too […]

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  • Saying Goodbye to Ms. Vivian Fu, Senior Communication Officer of EAAFP Secretariat

    With a mix of fond memories and deep appreciation, the EAAFP Secretariat is preparing to say goodbye to Vivian Fu, their esteemed Senior Communication Officer. Over the past five years, Vivian has wholeheartedly dedicated herself to the mission of protecting migratory waterbirds and their habitats in East Asian-Australasian Flyway. As she moves on from her […]

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  • EAAFP welcomes new Programme Officer: Kyle Esperanza Zuleta

    @ Kyle Esperanza Zuleta The East-Asian Australasian Flyway Partnership is thrilled to welcome Kyle Esperanza Zuleta as its newly appointed Programme Officer. With an impressive background in environmental science and a decade of experience in national and regional cooperation focused on biodiversity and nature conservation, Kyle brings a wealth of expertise to the organization. Her […]

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  • Farewell to Nlicia Lara, Programme Assistant

    In the words of Nlicia Lara, “Coming in as an intern to the EAAFP, I thought what I would learn would be more of administrative practices or be in a rigid, stiff environment. What I found instead was a group of warm, smiling people, invested in the preservation of migratory waterbirds and their habitats. Truly […]

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  • Farewell Interview with Hyeseon Do, Senior Programme Officer of EAAFP Secretariat

    “I have truly fallen in love”: Hyeseon Reflects on Her Years of Experience at the EAAFP @EAAFP Secretariat Introduction Hyeseon Do recently departed from her role as Senior Programme Officer at EAAFP Secretariat. Hyeseon has been an integral part of the organization for the past six years, dedicating her time and expertise to furthering the […]

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  • The First Mangrove CEPA International Symposium in Shenzhen, China committed stronger cooperation and support to CEPA for wetland.

    © Young Pai On the morning of July 6, the First Mangrove CEPA International Symposium in China, also the CEPA Sub-forum on Wetland Education for 2023 China Nature Education Conference was held in Futian, Shenzhen, where new cooperation on wetland education and commitment to promoting CEPA on wetland conservation were confirmed. The symposium was supervised […]

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  • The second “Birds and Schools” in EAAF brings primary school students from Incheon and Hong Kong together

    The second “Birds and Schools” event was held on 30th June, 2023, 30 primary school students from Incheon, Republic of Korea and Hong Kong, China, participated. The event was co-organized by Black-faced Spoonbill Eco Centre in Incheon and Hong Kong Wetland Park and the EAAFP Secretariat. The event is part of the CEPA programme under […]

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  • WWT’s launch of Foundation Course in Wetland Health and Vitality

    EAAFP Partner, Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT), is pleased to announce the launch of the first Foundation Course in Wetland Health and Vitality, part of our developing Wetland Learning Hub. The online learning platform is aimed at early career professionals or those that want to develop their understanding of wetland conservation. The Team is looking […]

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