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The BIOPAMA (Biodiversity and Protected Areas Management) Programme


BIOPAMA assists the 79 African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) member countries of the ACP Group of States to address their priorities for improved management and governance of biodiversity and natural resources. With a focus on developing capacity, supporting data collection, analysis, monitoring and reporting, guiding policy and action on the ground, BIOPAMA offers a variety of tools, services and funding that stakeholders can use and contribute to their Green List engagement.

Learn more: www.biopama.org

Tech4Nature Partnership


Created by IUCN and the Huawei TECH4ALL programme, Tech4Nature is designed as an open partnership to apply and promote digital solutions for fair and effective protected areas. 

Tech4Nature aims to enable more than 300 protected areas worldwide to evaluate their conservation success through the IUCN Green List Standard by 2023. 

This growing partnership will provide guidance on the appropriate use of technology in area-based conservation and directly involve the ICT industry sector in supporting nature conservation.

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Trilateral Cooperation


The trilateral cooperation project aims to improve the quality of African protected area governance and management as a contribution to sustainable development through the implementation of the IUCN Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas. Cooperation involves Germany, China and two African countries (Zambia and Namibia). Engaging 6 sites in Zambia and 5 in Namibia supported by Chinese experts and IUCN, and enabling cooperation countries to present success stories at international events.

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Sustainable Tourism and Protected Areas in a Post-COVID World


Implemented by IUCN with support of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) through their COVID-19 Response Measures for Tourism programme.

The project ‘Sustainable Tourism and Protected Areas in a Post-COVID World’ aims to develop a more crisis resilient and sustainable tourism landscape and in the spirit of “building back better”, improve the ecological and social aspects of tourism in and around protected and conserved areas. 

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