WCC 2016 Res 009 - Activity Report

Information générale
Constituant de l’UICN: 
IUCN SSC Chair Office 2017-2020
Type de Constituant de l’UICN: 
IUCN Species Survival Commission 2017-2020
Période d’activité: 
Zone géographique: 
Asie du Sud et Asie de l'Est
Lao People's Democratic Republic
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Quels autres Membres de l’UICN sont impliqués –ou ont été impliqués- dans la mise en œuvre de cette Résolution ?: 
Directorate General Ecosystem and Natural Resources Conservation, Ministry of Environment and Forestry / Indonesia
Malaysian Nature Society ( MNS ) / Malaysia
Sarawak Forestry Corporation Sdn Bhd ( SFCSB ) / Malaysia
Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation / Thailand
Singapore Zoological Gardens / Singapore
Quelles sont les Commissions de l’UICN impliquées dans la mise en œuvre de cette Résolution ?: 
Pas de commissions sont / ont été impliqués
Indicate and briefly describe any actions that have been carried out to implement this Resolution: 
Rassembler des parties prenantes/RéseautageThe Helmeted Hornbill Working Group has been formally established and structured and sits under the IUCN SSC Hornbill Specialist Group. The Working Group has two co-coordinators and four thematic leads covering Trade, Habitat, Research and Capacity Development. On-going
Activités techniques/scientifiquesA workshop was held in Sarawak, Malaysia, in May 2017, bringing together regional and global experts to develop a Conservation Strategy and Action Plan for the Helmeted Hornbill. The workshop was hosted by the Sarawak Forestry Corporation in collaboration with the IUCN SSC Asian Species Action Partnership, Wildlife Reserves Singapore, Wildlife Conservation Society, Hornbill Research Foundation, BirdLife International and facilitated by IUCN SSC CPSG. On-going
Veuillez indiquer quels ont été les résultats obtenus dans le cadre des activités entreprises pour la mise en œuvre de cette Résolution: 
The Conservation Strategy and Action Plan for the Helmeted Hornbill is almost completed with final draft under review. It is hoped to be published before the end of the first quarter in 2018. The Helmeted Hornbill Working Group is now formally established and sitting under the newly revitalised Hornbill Specialist Group. The Working Group is already active with over 40 members and will be responsible for driving and enabling implementation of the Strategy and Action Plan. As such, the Working Group will monitor and track progress against the agreed Action Plan. In addition, the Working Group will provide ongoing advice and support to government agencies and other organisations working to save this species.
Veuillez indiquer et décrire brièvement les activités planifiées par la suite pour la mise en œuvre de cette Résolution: 
Activité FutureDescription
FormationCapacity building and training programmes specifically targeting Helmeted Hornbill field conservation and research are being developed.
Education/Communication/SensibilisationThe Helmeted Hornbill Working Group as well as member organisations are proactively working to raise awareness around the conservation of the species and improve education and communications around the trade including behaviour change campaigns.
Activités de terrainA number of organisations are currently implementing and will continue to implement field activities around the conservation of Helmeted Hornbills in their range states. This includes monitoring, research, protection and working with local communities.
Activités visant à influencer et/ou promouvoir les politiquesThe Helmeted Hornbill Working Group will continue to be involved in infuencing policy and advocacy work across the range states and demand countries for Helmeted Hornbill, as well as international conventions including CITES.