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Asian Waterbird Conservation Fund



Posted 23 August 2016
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Annual Reports:

Supported Projects

2006
  • Public awareness campaign to enhance the conservation of migratory shorebird and their habitat at Chao Mai Marine National Park, Trang Province, Southern Thailand
  • Capacity Building & Community Based Waterbird Conservation Activity in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
  • Support of HUN Club's conservation and public awareness activities in W Mongolia
     Project Summary | Progress Report | Final Report

2007
  • Conservation Education on Waterbirds and Habitat with focus on the Inner Gulf of Thailand

2008
  • Capacity Building for Local NGO's on Migratory Shorebirds Conservation in North Sumatra
  • Community-based Initiative in Conservation of Migratory Waterbirds and Coastal Wetlands in Nanhui Dongtan, Shanghai, China
  • Community Based Waterbird Monitoring and Conservation in Cox’s Bazar Coastal Areas, Bangladesh.

2009
  • Establishment of Waterbirds Conservation Stewardship through School and Community-based Education and Interpretation
  • Capacity Building for Village Leaders on Migratory Shorebirds Conservation in Sumatra Utara-Indonesia

2010
  • Continued Conservation Education and Public Awareness Activities on Waterbirds and Lake Wetlands at Shengjin Lake in Anhui Province in China.
  • Local Radio for Bird Protection Awareness Raising in Xuan Thuy Ramsar Site, Vietnam.

2011
  • Community Participatory Co-management of Waterbirds and their Habitat through Promotion of Sustainable Behavior and Livelihood in Tumuji Township
  • Migratory Waterbird Conservation and its Habitat in Deli Serdang District Sumatra Utara Province: Phase I
  • Promoting community support and involvement in conservation of the endangered Red-crowned Crane and other rare waterbirds at Hui River National Nature Reserve, Inner Mongolia, China

2012
  • Capacity Building for Waterbird Monitoring at Important Sites along the China Coast
  • Monitoring and community awareness of Critically Endangered Baer's Pochard Aythya baeri wintering at Liangzi lake, Hubei
  • Potential Flyway sites monitoring and raise awareness of local people in The Inner Gulf of Thailand
 
2013
  • Conservation and sustainable management of migratory waterbird habitat at Dashinchilen Tsagaan Wetlands, Mongolia
  • Enhancing conservation of wetlands critical to threatened waterbird in Southern Negros Occidental, Philippines
  • Involvement of local community in the long term Dauria Transboundary Russian-Mongolian-Chinese Monitoring and Management Waterbirds Network (step first: Russian territory)
 
2014
  • Significance of West Kamchatka, Russia for waterbirds conservation on East Asian-Australasian Flyway with special focus to shorebirds
  • Management of an important breeding and migration site for waterbirds in Mongolia (Dashinchilen Tsagaan): Phase 2
  • Globally threatened waterbird conservation in the coastal areas of Bangladesh
 
2015 
  • Dongtai Tiaozini Sandbanks Survey and Conservation in Jiangsu Province, China

2016
  • The monitoring and protection propaganda of Baer’s Pochard in Taibai Lake, Jining City, Shandong Province 
  • Waterbirds training, survey, monitoring, and awareness focused on EAAF bird flyway in Malaysia
  • Protecting the Spoon-billed Sandpiper and other shorebirds on Nan Thar Island, Myanmar
  • Conservation and Community Awareness of the Critically Endangered Eastern Subpopulation of Dalmatian Pelicans in Mongolia

2017
  • Training surveyors and protectors of Black-necked Crane in Nianbaoyuze, Qinghai Province 
  • Waterbird conservation through improving public awareness and pasture management of Mongol Daguur Special Protected Area, Mongolia
  • Advocacy and awareness promotion on wetland and migratory waterbirds in Mundok Migratory Bird Reserve Area, DPR Korea
  • Conducting waterbird survey and protection work in the coastal wetland of Jiaozhou Bay National Marine Park, Qingdao, Shandong Province
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