South Asia Cooperative Environment Programme (SACEP)
Programme coopératif sur l'environnement pour l'Asie du Sud
1982, upon adoption of the Colombo (Sri Lanka) Declaration and the Articles of Association of SACEP at the meeting of South Asian Environment Ministers, Feb 1981, Colombo. Secretariat in Colombo, under a host country agreement with Government of Sri Lanka.
Promote regional cooperation in South Asia in the field of environment, both natural and human, in the context of sustainable development and on issues of economic and social development, which also impinge on the environment and vice versa; support conservation and management of natural resources of the region; work closely with all national, regional and international institutions, governmental and non-governmental, as well, as experts and groups engaged in such cooperation and conservation efforts.
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Governing Council (meets periodically), represented at the ministerial level. Consultative Committee, comprising representatives of Diplomatic Missions of member countries. Secretaries of Ministries of the Environment serve as National Focal Points. Secretariat.
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