IUCN and its partners are on the ground working to develop capacity for protected areas and biodiversity conservation in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Pacific. The programme aims to address gaps in information and build capacity by promoting use of the best available science and knowledge and strengthening policy and decision making to improve biodiversity conservation and protected areas management.
Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP) regions are remarkably rich in biodiversity, and though covering a huge portion of the Earth, are connected by the most pressing challenges faced today. BIOPAMA is actively engaging partners across all three regions with the aim of supporting better conservation and management of both marine and terrestrial biodiversity in and around protected areas.
Get the latest stories and news on the people, places, and work going on in BIOPAMA across Africa, the Caribbean, and the Pacific. We’ll be providing updates on project activities, and also feature real life stories from IUCN and partners in the field about the work being done to conserve biodiversity in the region’s vast number of protected areas.
“This publication has been produced with support of the 10th EDF. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of IUCN, JRC and GIZ and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union nor of the ACP Secretariat”.