Period: 10-14 December 2018
Venue: Changjiang City, Hainan Island, P.R. China
Note: There will be a pre-meeting day on 9 December for Working Groups and Task Forces to meet if they so wish.
(1) All participants are required to provide their CV and scanned passport copy to the host country before they can attend the meeting. Please send your details to Ms. Wu Lan, firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
(2) If you have not yet registered to attend MOP10, then the organizers cannot guarantee accommodation for you at the venue.
The online registration form for MOP10 is available[here], and a hardcopy of the same registration form can be downloaded [here].
If you do not submit the registration form by Sunday 30 September 2018, we cannot guarantee the availability of a room.
Contact: If you have any other logistic related questions, please contact Ms. Yunzhu Liu, Local Logistic Coordinator of Beijing Forestry University, email@example.com, and copied to Ms. Hyeon Hee Do, Programme Assistant of EAAFP Secretariat, firstname.lastname@example.org
The meeting will be held at the New Century Resort Hotel, Qizi Bay (昌江棋子湾旅游景区广德路).
*The recommended airport is Haikou Meiland International Airport and we will provide information later about the local transportation between the airport and venue. Considering the distance from the airport to the hotel (2.5 hours), we highly recommend that you arrive during daytime when transportation is more easily available.
Partners, Working Groups and Task Forces are kindly requested to complete their Report on Implementation to MOP10 using the online Survey Monkey form [here] by 16 September.
You can freely download the Partner's report by clicking the blue-colored name in the list.
International Non-Governmental Organisations
International Private Enterprise
|Doc.1 Rules of Procedure||[Original]||[Final]|
|Doc.4 Draft minutes from MoP9||[Original]||[Final]|
|Doc.4b Approval of Decisions from MoP9||[Original]||[Final]|
|Doc.5 Report from the Chair of the Management Committee||[Original]||[Final]|
|Doc.6 Report from the Chair of the Finance Committee||[Original]||[Final]||[PPT]|
|Doc.7 Report of the Secretariat Budget and Activities 2017-2018||[Original]||[Final]|
|Doc.8 Plan for the Secretariat Budget and Activities 2019-2020||[Original]||[Final]|
|Doc.9 Implementation of the Partnership||[Original]||[Final]|
|Doc.10 The Status and Management of Flyway Network Sites||[Original]||[Final]|
|Doc.11 Admission of observers||[Original]||[Final]|
|Doc.12 Implication of substantive agenda items||[Original]||[Final]|
|Doc.13 Election of Management Committee members||[Original]||[Final]|
|Doc.14 Migratory Species of Conservation Concern in the SE Aisa Region||[Original]||[Final]||[PPT]|
|DD.01 EAAFP Strategic Plan 2019-2028||[Original]||[Final]||[PPT]|
|DD.02 CEPA Action Plan 2017-2024||[Original]||[Final]||[PPT]|
|DD.03 Organizational Structure of the EAAFP||[Original]||[Final]|
|DD.04 Update on the Appointment and Work of the Technical Sub-Committee||[Original]||[Final]||[PPT]|
|DD.05 Establishment of the Science Unit for EAAFP Secretariat||[Original]||[Final]||[PPT]|
|DD.06 Revised Guidelines for the Sponsorship of Participants at EAAFP Meetings of Partners||[Original]||[Final]|
|DD.07 Standardized Process and Template for Small Grant Fund Applications for EAAFP
Working Groups and Task Forces
|DD.08 Developing Guidelines for National and Site Partnerships||[Original]||[Final]|
|DD.09 Developing an EAAFP Sister Site Program||[Original]||[Final]|
|DD.10 Standardized Taxonomy for Migratory Waterbirds||[Original]||[Final]|
|DD.11 Amendment to Appendix III of the Partnership Document||[Original]||[Final]|
|DD.12 Development of a Conservation Status Review of Migratory Waterbird Populations for the EAAFP||[Original]||[Final]|
|DD.13 Migratory Species of Conservation Concern in the ASEAN Region (Canceled)|
|DD.14 International Single Species Action Plan for the Conservation of the Dalmatian Pelican||[Original]||[Final]|
Sunday 9 December 2018
09:00 - 12:30
CEPA Working Group
Yellow Sea Ecoregion Task Force
ASEAN Flyway Network
13:30 - 17:00
Anatidae Working Group
(+Baer's pochard TF and Scaly-sided merganser TF)
Shorebird Working Group (until 17:30)
Seabird Working Group
Monday 10 December 2018
13:30 - 13:45
Special Presentation, "Improving the effectiveness of Working Groups and Task Forces within the EAAF"
by Dr. Richard Lanctot, Chair of EAAFP Shorebird Working Group
17:00 - 17:15
Special Presentation, "Arctic Migratory Birds Initiative"
by Mr. Tom Barry, Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF)
Tuesday 11 December 2018
09:00 - 09:30
Special Presentation, "The state of the world's wetlands what can we do about it?"
by Prof. Nick Davidson, Chair of EAAFP Technical Committee
17:00 - 18:00
Special Presentation: Key activities of WGs/TFs
:Spoon-billed Sandpiper Task Force (10')
:Scaly-sided Merganser Task Force (10')
:Illegal Hunting Task Force (10')
:Monitoring Task Force (10')
:Baer's Pochard Task Force (10')
19:30 - 20:00
Side Meeting: Interactive Session for EAAF Site Managers
:The importance of artificial habitats for the shorebirds of the EAAF (10') by Micha V.Jackson of University of Queensland
:Our role in the conservation of EAAF birds (10') by Richard (Rick) Lanctot of U.S.Fish and Wildlife Service
:The impact of migratory flyways on study of global variation of avain influenze virus (20') by Seon-Ju Yeon of Wonkwang University
:Strengthening Waterbird and Site Monitoring in the EAAF (30') by Doug Watkinds; Taej Mundkur of EAAFP Monitoring Taskforce (Canceled)
:Energy infrastructure and their impact on migratory birds insights from Japan (15') by Mr. Seiji Hayama of Wild Bird Society of Japan; Mr. Yong Ding Li of BirdLife International
Wednesday 12 December 2018
09:00 - 09:20
Special Presentation, "Bigger Data and Bigger Conservation in the EAAF engaging Science"
by Dr. Lu Cai, EAAFP Research Center, BFU
09:20 - 09:30
Special Presentation, "Initiation of Spoon-billed Sandpiper Project"
by Shenzhen Mangrove and Wetland Conservation Foundation
17:00 - 17:30
Special Presentation: Corporate's Engagement
:Lotek Wireless Inc. (15')
:Sony (China) Limited (15')
19:30 - 21:00
Side Meeting: Flyway Bottleneck Yellow Sea Project (organized by Wetland International)
:Aboriginal Partnership (15') by Uncle Jeffrey Newchurch, Kaurna Elder of Kauma Aboriginal Nation
:Presentation of the book project titled "Migratory Waterbird Conservation in the Asia-Pacific: Transboundary Environment Governance"(20') by Eduardo Gallo-Cajiao of The University of Queensland
:Let's remain as it is: Green Belt and DMZ (30')by Ms. Choony Kim; Prof. Soodong Lee of KFEM; Dr. Nial Moores of Birds Korea
:Video screening: Promoting education and awareness on migratory shorebirds in Australia by Ms. Milly Formby of Wing Threads (the video is available here)
Friday 14 December 2018
09:00 - 09:15
Special Presentation, "An open access global map of tidal flats"
by Dr. Michah Jackson, University of Queensland
09:15 - 09:30
Special Presentation, "Hengshui Hu and Baer's Pochard conservation"
by Mr. Wang Jingwu, Hengshui Party Secretary
On-line photo albums:
9 Dec 2018: (flickr) (facebook)
Press release 14 Dec 2018 – Strengthening actions to conserve the threatened migratory waterbirds and their habitats in the East Asian – Australasian Flyway
Today, at the 10th Meeting of the Partners (MOP10) to the East Asian – Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) in Hainan (China), participants from over 20 countries agreed on a new strategic plan to conserve threatened migratory waterbirds and their habitats in the East Asian – Australasian Flyway for the next decade. The meeting ended with the signing of a MoU between Beijing Forestry University and EAAFP, establishing a new Science Unit in Beijing to underpin the work of the EAAFP.
Press release 13 Dec 2018 – Flyway Site Network of East Asian-Australasian Flyway promote collaborative effort to safeguard migratory waterbirds
The eight new Flyway Network Sites was announced during the MOP10. These sites are from Bangladesh, DPR Korea, Myanmar, New Zealand, RO Korea. There are now 141 EAAFP Flyway Network Sites. In order to strengthen the connection among Flyway Site Network, the EAAFP established Sister Site arrangements to promote collaborative activities involving FNS. More was discussed during EAAFP MOP 10.
Full version is available: https://www.eaaflyway.net/flyway-site-network-of-east-asian-australasian-flyway-promote-collaborative-effort-to-safeguard-migratory-waterbirds/
Press release 12 Dec 2018 – Thirty-seven Partners of the EAAFP agreed to collaborate and promote the importance of the conservation of short-distance migratory waterbirds and their habitats in the Southeast Asian region.
During the MOP 10 , there are initiative to drive the mobilisation of resources to develop action plans for priority species such as the Sarus Crane, as well as identify potentially important sites for conservation.
Full version is available here: https://www.eaaflyway.net/promoting-regional-cooperation-to-conserve-short-distance-migratory-waterbirds-in-southeast-asia/
Press release 11 Dec 2018 – Climate change is adding to the threats to the migratory waterbirds in the East Asian – Australasian Flyway
The East Asian – Australasian Flyway (EAAF) is the most threatened flyway for migratory waterbirds in the world. The threats are now compounded by the increasing impacts from climate change. Long-term monitoring of these migratory waterbirds, such as International Waterbird Census (IWC) presented during the MOP 10, is necessary for us to understand the impact of climate change brought to the birds, and to human.
Full version is available here: https://www.eaaflyway.net/climate-change-is-adding-to-the-threats-to-the-migratory-waterbirds-in-the-east-asian-australasian-flyway/
Press release 10 Dec 2018 - The Tenth Meeting of Partners for The East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership, Hainan, 10 to 14 Dec, 2018
Participants from over 20 countries are gathering for the 10th Meeting of Partners (MOP) to the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) in Changjiang City (Hainan, China) from 10th to 14th December. The purpose is to discuss the conservation of migratory waterbirds and their habitats along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. During the opening ceremony, the EAAFP welcomed two new partners, one governmental – Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and one non-governmental – the Paulson Institute. Eight new EAAFP Flyway Network Sites were recognised from five countries including Bangladesh, DPRK, Republic of Korea (ROK), Myanmar, New Zealand.
In the coming week, there will be reports about the outputs and issues raised by the Partners as well as Working Groups and Task Forces. Fourteen decision documents will be adopted, including the EAAFP Strategic Plan for the next 10 years.
Full version is available here: https://www.eaaflyway.net/flyways-connecting-people-and-migratory-waterbirds-the-tenth-meeting-of-partners-for-the-east-asian-australasian-flyway-partnership-hainan-10-to-14-dec-2018/
At EAAFP MOP 10, we will have daily news and press release to be posted on our website and social media. Please use the hashtag #EAAFPMOP10 in social media sharing to be part of the meeting’s online community.
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Special Presentation by the Lotek Wireless Inc.; 17:00-17:15 Wednesday 12th December 2018
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Special Presentation by Sony China: 17:15-17:30 Wednesday 12th December 2018
EAAFP Meeting of Partners (MOP) brings wildlife researchers, policymakers, supporters and experts working on conservation of birds and habitats. It is an excellent opportunity for companies to showcase their products and technologies and network with a broad range of professionals coming from over 30 countries. Various promotion opportunities are available for corporate sponsors.
Yoon Lee, Fundraising Manager at EAAFP Secretariat
Phone: +82 (32) 458 6502
Partners meet regularly to report against an Implementation Strategy, respond to emerging issues and priorities and discuss future collaboration.
- Launch and First meeting of Partners – Bogor, Indonesia (November 2006)
- Second meeting of Partners – Beijing, China (November 2007)
- Third meeting of Partners – Incheon, Republic of Korea, (November 2008)
- Fourth meeting of Partners – Songdo, Republic of Korea, (February 2010)
- Fifth meeting of Partners – Siem Reap, Cambodia, (December 2010)
- Sixth meeting of Partners – Palembang, Indonesia, (19-23 March 2012)
- Seventh meeting of Partners – Alaska, USA (10-14 June 2013)
- Eighth meeting of Partners – Kushiro, Hokkaido, Japan (16-21 Jan 2015)
- Ninth meeting of Partners – Singapore (11-15 January 2017)
- Tenth meeting of Partners – Haina, China (9-14 December 2018)