Workshop seeks to address Wildlife Trafficking issues

Caribbean Wildlife Enforcement Network (CaribWEN) Workshop on Wildlife Trafficking, 9-14 May 2017 in Barbados

Mrs. Monica-Borobia-Hill, Consultant working in the capacity of Programme Officer for the Specially Protected Areas & Wildlife (SPAW) sub-programme is currently attending the Caribbean Wildlife Enforcement Network (CaribWEN) Workshop on Wildlife Trafficking from 9-14 May 2017 in Barbados.

This workshop is critical given that wildlife trafficking is a security, economic  and environmental threat to the sustainable development of the region and there is the need for enhanced cooperation to combat the trafficking of terrestrial, freshwater and marine species.

Ms. Borobia-Hill will also be meeting with CaMPAM partners as well relating to the implementation of activities of the Eco-system Based Management (EBM) Biodiversity for Sustainable Development Project and the convening of the Training of Trainers Regional Marine Protected Areas (MPA) course for the English-speaking Caribbean countries. This course is tentatively slated for February 2018.

For more information, please click here for the agenda.