News CEPF

New edition of The Babbler now online

Fri, 31/12/2010
You can now access the 36th edition (October - December, 2010) of The Babbler, the quarterly newsletter of BirdLife International in Indochina online

Liberia and Sierra Leone move to designate Gola...

Mon, 22/11/2010
The governments of Liberia and Sierra Leone have started the formal processes of designating the Gola Rainforest as a shared National Park and Protected Area...

Project launched to identify conservation targets...

Tue, 05/10/2010
This week BirdLife International and the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) are launching a new project to create a conservation strategy for mountain ranges across eastern Africa, from Saudi Arabia and Yemen in the north to Zimbabwe in the south.

New edition of The Babbler

Thu, 16/09/2010
BirdLife International in Indochina has just released its quarterly newsletter, Babbler 35, for July - September 2010, which includes a feature on BirdLife CEPF Regional Implementation Team progress in Indochina. This feature gives an update on an additional one large and one small grant, brief progress of fifteen funded projects and especially the CEPF mid-term assessment workshops held in July in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.

BirdLife and CEPF expand funding opportunities...

Mon, 16/08/2010
Non-governmental organisations (NGOs), academic institutions, community groups and other civil society organisations working in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam have been given another opportunity to apply for funding to conserve the Indo-Burma biodiversity hotspot

New edition of The Babbler

Wed, 04/08/2010
BirdLife International in Indochina has released its quarterly newsletter, Babbler 34, for April - June 2010

Fijian site support groups receive fundraising...

Wed, 04/08/2010
BirdLife International Fiji Programme, for the first time brought together representatives

State decree institutes Cherry-throated Tanager...

Thu, 08/07/2010
Located in the montane region of the Espírito Santo state, the Ecological Corridor will contribute to the conservation of the Critically Endangered Cherry-throated Tanager, in addition to other six globally threatened species