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OMPO / Institut européen pour la gestion des oiseaux sauvages et de leurs habitats, est une organisation internationale non gouvernementale à vocation scientifique dont les objectifs sont d'étudier et de contribuer à la connaissance des oiseaux paléarctiques migrateurs sur l'ensemble de leur aire de distribution en Eurasie-Afrique tout en s'assurant des possibilités de leur gestion et de leur exploitation durable.

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Participation of OMPO in the second international symposium on Algerian ornithology

The second international symposium on Algerian ornithology took place at the University of Oum El-Bouaghi near Constantine from 16 to 20 November 2012.

The symposium attracted a few hundred participants including eight foreign scientists called upon to intervene on various topics (see program).
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11th Session of the Conférence of Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention

The 11th Session of the Conférence of Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention was held in Bucharest (Romania) from 6 to 13 July 2012. OMPO was represented at this important event by Patrick Triplet, the OMPO Project Manager for Africa, member of the French delegation.

 

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Workshop for the Meeting of the Parties to AEWA


On12 and 13 May 2012 in La Rochelle a workshop took place prior to the Meeting of the Parties to AEWA. This workshop which concerned Africa reviewed for amendment the AEWA Action Plan for Africa which then will be submitted to the Meeting of the Parties.

Czajkowski Alexandre and Patrick Triplet were attending this workshop for OMPO and Jacques Trouvilliez on behalf of the French government. Patrick Triplet co-hosted a workshop on the necessary increase in knowledge.

 

Training in the reception of the visitors of the protected areas in Africa

 

 

October 24 – 28, 2011

This training of 12 trainees in the reception of the visitors of the protected areas in Senegal was organized within the scope of the convention concluded between OMPO and an Italian development aid structure: CISV (Comunità Impegno Servizio Volontariato). Having no trainers specialized in ecoguiding, CISV entrusted OMPO with the training of agents mastering the problems  related to their sites.