Central African elephant conservation strategy

Complete Title: 
Central African elephant conservation strategy : December 2015
IUCN Grey Literature
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Central African elephant populations are faced with many threats including illegal killing, habitat loss and habitat fragmentation. Most conservation and management problems pertaining to elephant populations are common to all the countries of the sub-region and many important elephant populations straddle political boundaries of one or more Range States. Therefore, a sub-regional approach is needed to collectively address these problems. Upon the request of the ministers responsible for wildlife conservation from the seven central African elephant Range States, a meeting was held from 29 August to 2 September 2005 in Limbé, Cameroon, with the aim of developing a sub-regional strategy for the conservation and management of central African elephants. The meeting was convened and coordinated by the IUCN/SSC African Elephant Specialist Group (AfESG). The strategy presented in this document is the final outcome of this meeting. 

 

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[S.l.] : [IUCN SSC African Elephant Specialist Group], 2005
Physical Description: 
40p. : ill., maps
Publication Year: 
2005
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Includes bibliographic references.

Strategy is the outcome of a meeting convened and coordinated by the IUCN SSC African Elephant Specialist Group upon the request of the ministers responsible for wildlife conservation from the seven central African elephant Range States and held from 29 August - 2 September 2005 in Limbé, Cameroon.

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English
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