• Successful Applicants of WMBD Small Grant Fund May 2020

    Successful Applicants of WMBD Small Grant Fund May 2020 No.Principle Investigator Organization (Name)CountryTitle / Activity TypeFund Amount (USD)ApplicationReport 1Pyae Phyo AungNGO (Nature Conservation Society-Myanmar (NCS))The Republic of the Union of MyanmarMedia Event; Quiz on Social Media, Photo contest; Movie/video $1000EAAFP WMBD Small Grant May 2020_Application_Myanmar Received (27 May 2020)

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  • Nan Thar Island and the Mayyu Estuary become Myanmar’s 6th Ramsar site

    When in 2006 the second winter search Expedition of the SBS Task Force found 8 SBS in Teknaf at the southern tip of Bangladesh, we looked across to Myanmar and dreamt of going there to continue our search. Gillian Bunting, the GIS expert in our team, now working for BirdLife International, zoomed in some remote […]

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    About Us The East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) was launched on 6 November 2006. It aims to protect migratory waterbirds, their habitats and the livelihoods of people dependent upon them. There are currently 39 Partners including 18 national governments, 6 intergovernmental agencies, 13 international NGOs, 1 international organisation and 1 international private enterprise.  Our Mission The Partnership provides […]

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  • Task Force on Illegal Hunting, Taking and Trade of Migratory Waterbirds

    Task Force on Illegal Hunting, Taking and Trade of Migratory Waterbirds   Introduction Hunting is a substantial threat to migratory waterbirds in the EAAF and has been linked to the decline of many threatened species in the Flyway. In many parts of this diverse region, hunting is considered as illegal because species targeted are protected […]

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  • Spoon-billed Sandpiper Task Force

    In 2004 several partners active in the conservation of the globally threatened Spoon-billed Sandpiper joined the Recovery Team chaired by Evgeny Syroechkovskiy and later by Christoph Zöckler. With the growing demand of work, the finalization of the CMS Single Species Action Plan in 2008 and the continuing support from BirdLife International and many other organizations, […]

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  • Far Eastern Curlew Task Force

    The Far Eastern Curlew Numenius madagascariensis is endemic to the East Asian – Australasian Flyway, is the largest migratory shorebird species in the world and is listed Endangered under IUCN criteria (IUCN, 2015). Recent evidence suggests that the Far Eastern Curlew has undergone a significant decline over the past 20 years. Drivers of this decline are likely […]

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  • Baer’s Pochard Task Force

    The Baer’s Pochard Aythya baeri is a Critically Endangered species. It has undergone a decline that has accelerated rapidly in recent years and has pushed this duck to the edge of extinction. We need to act urgently to save the Baer’s Pochard from extinction in the wild. Nowadays, the species occurs predominantly within China, during both the breeding season […]

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  • Shorebird Working Group

    Under the former Asia-Pacific Migratory Waterbird Conservation Strategies (1996 – 2000; 2001 – 2006), the Shorebird Working Group was established to implement the Shorebird Action Plans. This was effective in facilitating the collaboration of researchers, site managers and governments within the Flyway. A Shorebird Site Network of 48 sites was established and coordinated by a […]

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  • EAAFP engagement at CMS COP13 with the theme of “Migratory species connect the planet and together we welcome them home”

    Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) is one of EAAFP’s intergovernmental organization Partners and has been collaborating with EAAFP closely since the early stage when EAAFP was established. EAAFP has worked with CMS on promoting World Migratory Bird Day and developing the Species Action Plans for Black-faced Spoonbill, Spoon-billed Sandpiper, […]

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  • Successful Applicants of WMBD Small Grant Fund May 2017

    Successful Applicants of WMBD Small Grant Fund May 2017 No.Principle Investigator Organization (Name)CountryTitle / Activity TypeFund Amount (USD)ApplicationReport 1Md Golam RabbiNature Conservation Society The People’s Republic of BangladeshConservation of Migratory Birds in Haor Areas of Bangladesh$1,055EAAFP WMBD Small Grant May 2017_Application_BangladeshReceived (14 May 2017) 2Srey SunleangMinistry of Environment, CambodiaCambodiaTraining course on importance of migratory birds; […]

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