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WCC 2016 Res 022

Status: 
ACTIVE
Other code: 
6.022
Type: 
Resolution
Conference type: 
World Conservation Congress
Year / Conference: 
2016 Hawai'i
English title: 
Conservation measures for vultures, including banning the use of veterinary diclofenac
English file: 
French title: 
Mesures de conservation pour les vautours, y compris interdiction de recourir au diclofénac à usage vétérinaire
Spanish title: 
Medidas de conservación de los buitres, incluida la prohibición del uso del diclofenaco veterinario
Spanish file: 
Keywords: 
Species
Agriculture
Law
Geographic scope: 
Global

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Activity reports Period coveredsort descending IUCN Constituent type IUCN Constituent Results /achievements
WCC 2016 Res 022 - Activity Report 2017 IUCN Species Survival Commission 2017-2020 375EC7B3-D2A1-E611-B6EC-005056BA6623 Key actions were the successful upholding of the India multi-dose larger vials of human diclofenac in the face of a court challenge brought by two prominent pharmaceutical companies.
WCC 2016 Res 022 - Activity Report 2017 IUCN Member BirdLife International Development of the Multi-species Action Plan has generated strong consensus and collaboration to advance vulture conservation in Africa and elsewhere.
WCC 2016 Res 022 - Activity Report 2018 IUCN Member BirdLife International Most impacts are reported above together with the descriptions of the actions.
WCC 2016 Res 022 - Activity Report 2019 IUCN Member BirdLife International Most impacts are reported above together with the descriptions of the actions. Vulture Safe Zones as a concept for Africa advanced with expanded areas being tested, and guidance developed. The ban o
WCC 2016 Res 022 - Activity Report 2022 IUCN Member Wildlife Clubs of Kenya WCK has successfully implemented this citizen science project and created awareness on the vultures. The students are now guarding the vultures and we hope to see the numbers increase