Technical Cooperation Network on National Parks, Other Protected Areas and Wildlife in Latin America and the Caribbean
Red Latinoamericana de Cooperación Técnica en Parques Nacionales, otras Areas Protegidas, Flora y Fauna Silvestres (REDPARQUES)
1983-06 Santiago Chile
Jun 1983, Santiago (Chile), at a roundtable organized by E-XE9569 - FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean (FAO/RLC).
Ensure conservation of an adequate sample of biological diversity through effective management of protected areas; improve training level of personnel involved in managing protected areas and wildlife; cooperate in improving contribution of these areas to local and regional socio-economic development.
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Regional Coordination; National Coordinators (19). Sub-networks: U-XK2048 - Subred de Areas Protegidas del Amazonas (SURAPA); U-XK2051 - Subred de Fauna del Cono Sur.
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