Call for expertise / Developing proposals for long-term funding mechanism(s) for periodical large-scale cetacean monitoring in the ACCOBAMS Area

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Please be informed about the launch of a call for expertise for “Developing proposals for long-term funding mechanism(s) for periodical large-scale cetacean monitoring in the ACCOBAMS Area”.

The ACCOBAMS Permanent Secretariat is looking foraskilled expert (or a group of experts) in fundraising in order to develop proposals for long-term funding mechanism(s) for periodical large-scale cetacean monitoring in the ACCOBAMS Area to support the regular update of populations trends and conservation status.

The deadline for application is Sunday 15th September.

 

Call for technical assistance consultancy services

The ACCOBAMS and GFCM Secretariats received a financial support from the MAVA Foundation to implement the project “Towards solutions to interactions between fisheries and cetaceans in Moroccan and Tunisian waters” (hereinafter referred to as the “MAVA Depredation project”) which aims at achieving the strategic objective to reduce interactions between cetaceans and fisheries.

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The CeNoBS cetacean aerial survey mission in the Black Sea just ended!

After 3 weeks and over 7,000 km surveyed over the waters of Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Turkey and Georgia, the extensive aerial survey activity on cetaceans conducted as part of ACCOBAMS Survey Initiative in the Black Sea basin was successfully completed. Preliminary results of this survey are already available and presented here. The work was carried out within the CeNoBS project, co-funded by the European Union and coordinated by the ACCOBAMS Partner NGO Mare Nostrum.

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