Name of organisation
East Asian- Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP)
Partners of EAAFP, Incheon Metropolitan City Government
Number of staff
7 at Secretariat in RoK, 4 at Science Unit in Beijing
Number of visitors per year
Overall aims of the centre
EAAFP is a network of partners within the East Asian-Australasian Flyway (EAAF). The East Asian-Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) aims to protect migratory waterbirds, their habitat and the livelihoods of people dependent upon them.
Description of the centre
Location: Songdo, Incheon, Ro Korea
Size of site: NIL
Types of habitats and species supported:
All wetland habitats for migratory waterbirds along East Asian- Australasian Flyway
Featured programs: NIL
Main CEPA work area
Produce CEPA Action Plan for EAAFP Partners, Established CEPA Working Group of EAAFP; produce promotional and educational materials, main collaborator with World Migratory Bird Day to promote the event for EAAF; supporting and initiating training, local and international CEPA activities.
Top three successes
- Implementation and promotion of World Migratory Bird Day in EAAF
- Flyway-wide educational activities
Top three challenges
- Inactive and overlook of the importance of CEPA work by Partners and site managers
- CEPA Action Plan is not promoted actively thus the implementation may not be effective
Producing written materials
Engaging hard-to-reach groups; Engaging young people; Engaging the local community; Working with volunteers
Education and communication
Delivering adult education; Lobbying / running campaigns; Working with secondary schools; Developing resources / materials
Auditing / assessing effectiveness; PR and marketing; Running effective administration; Health and safety; Fund-raising; Project planning.
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