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CEPF Cerrado will host partner meeting and expert meeting to discuss Fund and Cerrado

The CEPF Cerrado Regional Implementation Team (acronym for Crytical Ecosystem Partnership Fund) will promote the partner meeting and expert meeting to discuss the biome as well as the actions and impacts of the Fund in the Cerrado. The event will happen between the days April 08-10, from 09h to 18h, at the Support Foundation for Research, Teaching, Extension and Institutional Development (FINATEC), in Brasília (DF).

This meeting has the goal present results achieved with CEPF to date, strategies for conservation of the Cerrado, celebrate results, promote integration among participants and strengthen the connection between projects. Invited will include representatives of CEPF project organizations, experts from various fields, advisory board members and CEPF grant director Peggy Poncelet. It is estimated that approximately 70 people will participate over these 3 days.

For Michael Becker, coordinator of the CEPF Cerrado implementation strategy, this will be the opportunity to think about the future vision of the CEPF in the Cerrado, and at the same time, a great opportunity for interaction between beneficiaries of ongoing projects & #8221 ;.

CEPF Partners Cerrado in the training offered in Brasilia in November (2018). Photo Aryanne Amaral / IEB Collection
Teams from IEB, CEPF, CI, ECOA, Neotropic Foundation of Brazil and WWF-Brazil.
Meeting with project partners operating in the northeastern portion of the Cerrado. Photo: IEB Collection


The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund is a joint initiative of the French Development Agency, Conservation International, the European Union, Global Environmental Management, the Government of Japan and the World Bank. A key goal is to ensure that civil society is involved in biodiversity conservation.



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