TIRANA, Jan 29 /ATA / – The fourth co-coordinating meeting of the Network for the Nature Protection, which took place at Institute for Nature Conservation in Albania (INCA), took stock of the Network’s activities as part of the first stage of SENiOR-II programme.
The meeting also discussed the project’s performance and completion measures, including the presentation of the schemes for the final report and the Network’s future activities.
Participants also set the objectives and issues facing the Protected Areas and the promotion of the values of these areas through the help of civil society and the local communities.
The goal of this programme, known as SENiORA II, is that the environmental civil society organisations will effectively address Albania’s environmental and sustainable development challenges.
The meeting took place under the project “Promoting and Addressing the Sustainable Use of Natural Resources and Natural Resources in Protected Areas”, part of the SENiOR-II Albania (Senior Albania) program, implemented by REC Albania, funded by the Swedish Government (Embassy of Sweden in Tirana).
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