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WOW Training Resources Page

On this page you will find a number of useful resources and documents relating to the the Wings Over Wetlands (WOW) Project  Flyways Training Kit. The resources on this page can be used free of charge and new resources are added by the WOW Training and Capacity Building team as they become available.

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THE FLYWAY TRAINING KIT (FTK)

 

The flyway approach to the conservation and wise use of waterbirds and wetlands:

A Training Kit

 

Kit de formation: Les Concepts de Voies de Migration pour la conservation et l’utilisation rationnelle des oiseaux d’eau et des zones humides

 

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Les Concepts de Voies de Migration pour la conservation et l’utilisation rationnelle des oiseaux d’eau et des zones humides

Kit de formation

Other available language versions of the Flyway Training Kit

The Flyway Training Kit (Other Language Versions - ZIP Files / PDF Format)

 TitleModified DateSize 
ARABIC - MODULE 1 1/12/201114.77 MBDownload
ARABIC - MODULE 21/12/201121.82 MBDownload
ARABIC - MODULE 31/12/20112.77 MBDownload
RUSSIAN - MODULE 110/8/20127.95 MBDownload
RUSSIAN - MODULE 210/8/201216.77 MBDownload
RUSSIAN - MODULE 310/8/20121.34 MBDownload

Hardcopy Versions of the Flyway Training Kit

Copies of the Flyway Training Kit are available for purchase through Wetlands International by contacting: 

Taej Mundkur, Programme Manager - Flyways at Wetlands International, +31 318 66 09 10 , taej.mundkur@wetlands.org  

 

The Wings Over Wetlands (WOW) Project: 

The Wings Over Wetlands (WOW) UNEP-GEF African-Eurasian Flyways Project was funded by The GEF, the German Government, UNEP-AEWA and many other donors.  The project was a joint effort between UNEP-GEF, Wetlands International, BirdLife International, UNEP-AEWA, the German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation, the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, UNOPS, UNEP-WCMC and a range of other local partners along the African- Eurasian flyways.

The area covered by the initiative included all 118 Range States of the UNEP-administered African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbird Agreement, covering all of Africa, all of Europe, south-west Asia (including the Middle East and Central Asian States), Greenland and the Canadian Archipelago.

 

For more information on the WOW project please visit: www.wingsoverwetlands.org

Or download our latest Project Newsletter: Flyway Conservation at Work - Across Africa and Eurasia which also contains further information on the WOW Flyway Training Programme & Flyway Training Kit.

 

 

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