- Ramsar Convention(Convention on Wetlands of International Importance Especially as Waterfowl Habitat)
Ramsar Convention(Convention on Wetlands of International Importance Especially as Waterfowl Habitat)
To stop the worldwide loss of wetlands and to conserve, through wise use and management of the remaining wetlands.
2nd February 1971
Entered into Force:
5th October 1990
To designatewetlands and stem progressive enchroachment on and an loss of wetlands.
Jane M. Macharia
Research Scientist, CEPA Government Representative National Museums of Kenya,
CEPA Government Focal Point.
Patrick Omondi Oduor
Biodiversity, Research and Planning-Kenya Wildlife Service
National Focal Point, STRP Focal Point.
Nature Kenya (the EANHS)
CEPA NGO Focal Point
Kenya Wildlife Service
Head of Administrative Authority.
Communicatios, Education, Participation and Awareness (CEPA) project. It is already complete. The project was funded by the Ramsar Small Grants Fund.
Training and Technical assistance on aquasiviculture and apiculture to mangrove based communities in Kenya project. The project was done between 2003- 2004 funded by the Ramsar Small Grants Funds.
Kenya wetland atlas (2012).It contains detais of the wetlands in Kenya and challenges they are facing. It was funded by the Kenyan Govertnment ant the Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA).
Lake Jipe Conservation Initiative. It was funded by the UNDP, Global Environmental Facility and was awarded Ksh 24 million.
[c1]State department of wildlife