Tutor workshop on capacity building for environmental monitoring

News (News archive) | 18 дек. 2015

December  18, 2015 workshop took place in Dushanbe, it was organized by NBBC (National Biodiversity and Biosafety Center) and the CEP (Committee for Environmental Protection of Tajikistan). This one-day seminar was devoted to capacity building in environmental information management and monitoring system in Tajikistan.

About 30 participants, representatives of NBBC and CEP from Dushanbe and other regions, attended the workshop. Two main trainers - Rahmatullo Hayrulaev (Head of Environmental Policy and Monitoring from CEP) and Dilovarsho Dustov (chief specialist NBBC) performed their presentations. The event was the 5th in a row in of series of workshops dedicated to the same topic, which have already passed early in such cities as Khujand, Kulyab, Kurgan-Tube and Rasht. The main purpose of these workshops is to train specialists to work with the reporting materials for environmental monitoring of the current year.

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The publication is intended for a wide range of readers and lovers of nature, and is intended to inform about the importance and value of conservation of the snow leopard ecosystems and its prey.

Biosafety and Environment: Introduction to Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety

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