On March, 13th 2018 researchers, environmental conservation organizations, international experts and government representatives join forces to share experiences and information related to bears conservation in Myanmar and in Southeast Asia...
On March, 13th 2018 researchers, environmental conservation organizations, international experts and government representatives join forces to share experiences and information related to bears conservation in Myanmar and in Southeast Asia.
Date: 13th March
Time: 09:00 to 17:00
Venue: The Hotel Amara, No. (11), Yarza Thingaha Road, Hotel Zone (1), Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar.
Travel: Participants are requested to arrange their transportation to Nay Pyi Taw.
Accommodation: The Amara Hotel offers a wide range of rooms types. Participants are requested to arrange their stay (if needed) in Nay Pyi Taw.
NB: Travel and accommodation costs for one night will be reimbursed to one speaker for each organization who will communicate his/her interest in presenting data on bears conservation by the 26 of February. Due to the high number of expected speeches, speakers and presentations will be selected according to the relevance to the general topic of the event and to the uniqueness of the proposed subject.
Attendance confirmation by 6th March 2018
Please confirm your attendance to the following contacts
Lorenzo Gaffi (Wildlife Programme Officer)
Istituto Oikos Myanmar
Office +95 (0)1 2304476
Mobile +95 (0)9 458974602
Filippo Zibordi (Oikos Wildlife Consultant)
Istituto Oikos Italy
Any inquiries related to workshop are warmly welcomed. We look forward your valuable participation!
The meeting is organised within the Sunbear project, which aims at promoting the protection of Sunbear and its habitat in Myanmar. The initiative, promoted by Istituto Oikos in partnership with Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), Rakhine Coastal Region Conservation Association (RCA) and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation (MONREC), is funded by Fondation Segré and Fondation Ensemble.
Find out more about the project!