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International Conference on Youth and Desertification in the context of the International Year of Deserts and Desertification 4 – 6 September 2006 Bamako, Mali Final report CONTENTS Page I. PROCEEDINGS A. Opening session 2 B. Launching of the Youth Camp 2 C. Adoption of the agenda and organization of work 2 D. Election of the bureau 2 E. Documentation 3 F. Regional Presentations 3 G. Ecosystem services 3 H. Youth and volunteerism for combating desertification 4 I. Working groups 4 J. Attendance 5 K. Closing session 6 II. BAMAKO DECLARATION 7 III. ANNEXES a) Final agenda of the conference 13 b) List of Participants 15

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International Conference on Youth and Desertification in the context of the International Year of Deserts and Desertification

4 – 6 September 2006 Bamako, Mali

Final report CONTENTS

Page I. PROCEEDINGS

A. Opening session 2 B. Launching of the Youth Camp 2 C. Adoption of the agenda and organization of work 2 D. Election of the bureau 2 E. Documentation 3 F. Regional Presentations 3 G. Ecosystem services 3 H. Youth and volunteerism for combating desertification 4 I. Working groups 4 J. Attendance 5 K. Closing session 6

II. BAMAKO DECLARATION 7 III. ANNEXES a) Final agenda of the conference 13 b) List of Participants 15

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I. PROCEEDINGS

A. Opening session 1. H.E. Mr. Nancoma Keïta, Minister of Environment of Mali, H.E. Alfonso Pecoraro

Scanio, Minister of Environment of Italy and H.E. Joseph Byll-Cataria Resident Coordinator of the United Nations System in Mali, delivered welcoming statements. The Executive Secretary of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD), Mr. Hama Arba Diallo, made a statement.

2. H.E. Mr. Ousmane Issoufi Maïga, Prime Minister and Head of Government of the

Republic of Mali, officially opened the Conference.

B. Launching of the Youth Camp

3. After the official opening session, the High level participants including members of the Government of Mali, the Minister of Environment of Italy, Ambassadors, Heads of diplomatic mission and members of the International Organizations and cooperation agencies in Mali attended the launching of the Youth Camp in the forest at the Mandinga Hills.

C. Adoption of the agenda and organization of work 4. The Conference adopted the agenda and organization of work during its first plenary

session. The final agenda is provided in annex I.

D. Election of officers

5. The participants elected Mali, host country, as Chair of the conference, assisted by

two co-chairpersons:

Ms. Maria De Lourdes Lira Quintero (Mexico), representing country Parties from Latin America and the Caribbean,

Mr. Revaz Enukidze (Georgia) representing country Parties from Central and Eastern Europe

6. Mrs. Beatriz Bueno (Spain – representing country Parties from the northern

Mediterranean), Mr. Tanveer Arif (Pakistan – representing country Parties from Asia ) and Mrs. Orieta Casali, (Italy – representing developed country Parties) were appointed as rapporteurs by the Conference.

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E. Documentation

7. The UNCCD Secretariat gave an introduction on the overall objectives of the 2006 International Year of Deserts and Desertification and the expected outcomes of the Conference .

8. The resource person presented the background document entitled “For a better

tomorrow: A global perspective on Challenges and Opportunities for young people in the Drylands”

9. After the presentation, the participants from Saint Lucia, Spain, Ivory Coast, Morocco,

Malawi and Venezuela commented on the issue and used the opportunity to contribute to the discussion providing examples on initiatives undertaken at the national level.

F. Regional Presentations

10. The fifth point of the agenda was devoted to the regional presentations. The representative of the Malian NGO Mali-Folk Center on behalf of the Secrétariat technique Permanent du Cadre Institutionnel de la Gestion des Questions Environnementales en collaboration avec le Groupe de Coordination des Zones Arides et le Conseil de Concertation des Actions des ONGs made a presentation entitled “Desertification and Migration and the way to create a local economy for young people adapted to combat this problem”. The representative of the Indian NGO “Youth for Action” presented a case study on “Dryland Economy and Youth in India”. The representative of the Dominican Government made a presentation on “Facilitating Youth Employment in Ecotourism and Environment”. The representative of the Georgian government presented a case study about his country. The representative of the Italian government made a presentation about Desertart, the use of artistic codes of communication to raise young people’s awareness of desertification.

11. The participants from Indonesia, Burkina Faso, Benin, Cameroon, Angola, Eritrea,

Ivory Coast, Mali, Malawi, Togo, Comoros, Zambia, IEFP, France and Chile contributed to the discussion after the presentations.

G. Ecosystem services

12. The Conference discussed during the morning of the second day the issue of Ecosystem services, including carbon sequestration and associated opportunities in the drylands.

13. The resource person and the UNCCD Secretariat made a presentation on the issue. 14. The representative of the Government of Italy presented the case study entitled

“Youth and Environment projects in Argentina and China, synergies among Rio

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Conventions to Combat Desertification”. The representative of the Argentinean NGO “Fundacion del Sur” made a presentation on “Afforestation for the purpose of combating desertification, mitigating climate change and protecting biodiversity – the Environmental Youth Groups”. Finally, the representative of China presented the case study “The role of Youth in Combating Desertification in China”.

15. The participants from India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Panama, CILSS, Niger, Uganda and

Zambia participated in the debate.

H. Youth and volunteerism for combating desertification

16. The representative of the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) made a presentation on Youth volunteerism and sustainable environment management

17. The participants from Mali, Italy, Mexico, Argentina, Angola, Sierra Leone, Zambia

and Togo contributed to the discussion.

I. Working groups

18. The conference decided to establish three working groups. The working groups

selected a chairperson as well as a rapporteur.

Working Group 1: Education and awareness raising on UNCCD

Ms. Cindy Eugene (St. Lucia)

Mr. Constantino Alberto Rodrigo Mendes (Angola)

Working Group 2: Social implications of Desertification for young people including migration and conflict

Mr. Revaz Enukidze (Mexico)

Mrs. Beatriz Bueno (Spain)

Working Group 3: Economic opportunities for young people in the drylands. This group was itself divided in two groups according to the working language.

a) Francophone group

Ms. Marie Tamoifo (Cameroon)

Ms. Marieme Bekaye (Mauritania)

b) Anglophone group

Mr. Victor Vinas (Dominican Republic)

Mr. Venkat Ramnayya (India)

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19. Working groups deliberated on the topics assigned to them with the aim of

determining what are the challenges for young people regarding the different topics, to find out the best strategies and operational approaches as well as to identify concrete recommendations for integration into the Bamako Statement. They did so in a day and a half through information sharing and intensive debate.

20. The rapporteurs presented the inputs of the different groups separately to the

Conference so as to be discussed jointly by all the participants. 21. Furthermore, the rapporteurs of the working groups put together the outcomes of the

different groups and a consolidated Bamako Statement was prepared with the assistance of the UNCCD Secretariat.

E. Attendance 22. The Conference was attended by representatives coming from the following 44

Parties to the Convention: Angola Argentina Benin Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Canada Central African Republic Chile China Comoros Cuba Democratic Republic of Congo Dominica Dominican Republic Eritrea France Finland Gambia Georgia India Indonesia

Italy Iran (Islamic Republic of) Malawi Mali Mauritania Mexico Morocco Netherlands Niger Nigeria Pakistan Panama Saint Lucia Sierra Leone Spain Tajikistan Togo Tunisia Uganda Yemen Venezuela Zambia

23. The following United Nations organs, organizations and programmes, offices and

specialized agencies were represented:

Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

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United Nations Development Programme – Global Environment Facility (UNDP-GEF)

United Nations Volunteers (UNV) United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

24. The following international and intergovernmental organizations were also

represented:

African Union (AU) Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) Comité Permanent Inter Etats de Lutte Contre la Sechéresse au Sahel

(CILSS) Institut de l'énergie et de l'environnement de la Francophonie (IEPF) Institut du Sahel (INSAH) International Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF) International Crops Research Institute for the Semi Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) Union Economique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine (UEMOA)

G. Closing session 25. After the official adoption of the Bamako Statement by the conference participants,

Ms. Beatriz Bueno, rapporteur, presented the report of the Conference. Afterwards Mr. Tanveer Arif, rapporteur, presented the outcomes of the meeting.

26. The Executive Secretary of the UNCCD delivered a closing statement. 27. The Minister of Environment of Mali finally closed the conference. 28. Representatives from all regions were received by the President of Mali, H. E.

Amadou Toumani Touré, and presented the outcomes of the Conference for his information and consideration.

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II. BAMAKO DECLARATION

We, the participants at the International Conference on Youth and Desertification held in Bamako, Mali, from 4 to 6 September 2006 in the framework of the celebration of the International Year of Deserts and Desertification, Expressing our sincere and deep gratitude to the Governments of Finland, France, Germany, Italy and Mali for organizing and supporting this conference, Recalling that:

(a) The twin issues of desertification and the role of young people in development have long been major development concerns, and thus major international conferences such as the 1995 Beijing Conference and the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development have all emphasized the importance of involving young people in development and the fight against desertification;

(b) The World Programme of Action for Youth to the Year 2000 and Beyond, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1995, provides a policy framework and practical guidelines for improving the welfare of young people;

(c) The United Nations General Assembly has called for increased involvement of young people in voluntary activities;

(d) The Secretary-General of the United Nations has underlined that the volunteerism of young people will be key to achieving the Millennium Development Goals;

(e) The Millennium Development Goals also call for developing and implementing strategies to provide decent and productive work for young people;

(f) Chapter 25 of Agenda 21 noted that young people should actively participate in relevant decision-making processes, given that the decisions affect their lives today and in the future;

(g) Young people also have valuable intellectual contributions to make, can mobilize support, and bring unique perspectives to help the fight against desertification;

(h) Article 5 of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification states that countries should promote awareness and facilitate the participation of local populations, particularly women and young people, in the fight against desertification;

(i) The 2005 World Youth Report recognizes that young people hold the key to the future of society;

(j) The United Nations General Assembly, at its fifty-eighth session, adopted a resolution declaring 2006 as the International Year of Deserts and Desertification,

Reiterating our commitment and full support to the implementation of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification in countries experiencing serious drought and/or desertification, particularly in Africa, Supporting the synergetic implementation of the three Rio Conventions, namely the Convention on Biological Diversity, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, Reaffirming the importance of joint efforts of the international community to combat desertification by setting up effective mechanisms, mainstreaming desertification in

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national strategies for sustainable development, enhancing the implementation of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, and encouraging the participation of young people in the fight against land degradation and desertification, Stressing that the main priority and preoccupation of young people in the drylands is access to proper employment, Underlining that perception among young people about desertification and its overarching political, socio-economic and cultural implications should be addressed in such a manner as to enable young people to become key, full and active partners in the worldwide fight against desertification, Agreeing on the existence of a clear nexus between desertification, poverty and forced migration, Emphasizing:

(a) The key role of young people in determining the future of humanity; (b) That young people in drylands are deeply, and in many different ways, affected

by desertification which makes their lives more difficult, increases poverty, reduces their access to education and jobs, and results in forced migration;

(c) The importance of involving young people effectively in the decision-making process for the management of natural resources in the drylands;

(d) That a majority of young people affected by land degradation and desertification live in resource-poor developing countries;

(e) Their satisfaction that the issue of youth and desertification has, for the first time, been addressed by an international forum,

Recalling relevant articles of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, in particular article 19, Understanding that the lack of economic resources of young people in the areas affected by desertification and drought, particularly due to scarce and degraded natural resources, could lead to political and social conflict and forced migration from rural areas to the cities as well as from country to country,

1. Environmental education and relevant activities 1. Request relevant national ministries to adapt school curricula to

environmental education and sustainable development in general and to create specialized educational facilities on combating desertification;

2. Also request governments to acknowledge and finance environmental

education organizations that could ensure access by young people to free and quality environmental education;

3. Encourage the international community and development partners to

facilitate educational resources, capacity-building and appropriate training in potentially desertified regions and to support the establishment of links with international institutions to ensure transfer of technology and exchange of information;

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4. Request country Parties to create or consolidate an international system of fellowships or internships on issues relating to desertification, with the support of the private sector;

5. Support the establishment and development of active learning programmes,

including the establishment of links with reputed institutions for technology-based specialized education and training, based on the needs identified by young people and suited to different local conditions and economies;

6. Request relevant ministries to develop media- and Internet-based

programmes and promote the use of information and communication technologies;

2. Awareness raising 7. Suggest that the relevant authorities establish school clubs, community

radios and TV stations in order to raise awareness at all levels and among all sectors of society so as to better motivate young people and increase their involvement in the issue;

8. Request the international community to develop and implement

programmes aimed at raising awareness of the issue of desertification among teachers (for example the teachers’ kit Education Kit on Desertification produced by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification);

3. Participation and empowerment of young people

9. Request governments to make provision within their national budgets for

activities relating to combating desertification to be undertaken by young people; 10. Request country Parties to identify specific measures for defining areas of

participation for young people and the mechanism that needs to be in place for enhancing their participation in the implementation of national action programmes so as to promote the ownership of the activities by young people;

11. Urge all relevant stakeholders to participate in the existing national

coordinating bodies or to establish such where none exists; 12. Invite governments and cooperation agencies to support existing youth

networks involved in environmental and sustainable development issues by providing funds and building capacity;

13. Request the Convention secretariat to develop an outreach strategy on

youth to be submitted for consideration by the Conference of the Parties; 14. Request the Convention secretariat to establish a focal point for youth and a

Convention youth partnership network; 15. Request the Convention secretariat to establish, through its website, a

mechanism to facilitate the exchange of information and success stories between young people involved in the implementation of the Convention

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4. Social implications of desertification, including migration and security 16. Request country Parties to: (a) Undertake political measures to peacefully solve conflicts caused by

desertification;

(b) Adopt comprehensive policies to ensure the full involvement of young people in the management of natural resources to bind them to their land;

(c) Establish mechanisms that facilitate the exchange of experiences between

young people at national and international level to ensure their full involvement in the decision-making processes;

(d) Reinforce the capacity of young people to elaborate projects to combat

desertification that could be easily owned by them, and provide financial benefits so as to avoid forced migration;

(e) Promote volunteerism among young people as a preparation for working

life and also to facilitate the peaceful settlement of disputes;

(f) Develop ways for increased coordination of efforts between national governments on the one hand, and youth agencies and non-governmental organizations on the other, to strengthen the coordination mechanisms and the existing infrastructure of youth development, particularly for those young people who migrate to other countries;

17. Request developed countries to: (a) Support the activities undertaken by young people in the implementation of

programmes to combat desertification;

(b) Support the implementation of activities in areas affected by desertification as a way to prevent forced migration (instead of investing in the protection and security of borders to prevent illegal immigration) while providing income to young people;

5. Economic opportunities for young people

(a) Institutional aspects 18. Call upon governments to review and enhance national youth policy if such

policy is not yet effectively implemented;

19. Appeal to governments to undertake regular monitoring and evaluation of policies involving youth development in the management of natural resources;

(b) Major activities 20. Request the relevant authorities to take into consideration the needs of

young people with respect to land tenure and access to microcredits;

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21. Suggest that the appropriate ministries review priorities of professional and

technical training programmes and focus more on activities relating to the basic needs of the populations and income-generating activities in affected areas;

22. Demand that countries promote and establish national level youth institutes

in order to enhance the capacity and skills of young people so that they can successfully undertake business opportunities and at the same time participate in decision-making processes;

23. Encourage the dissemination to all stakeholders of information on existing

opportunities for young people in the drylands; 24. Also encourage the private sector and consumers to give priority to local

production; 25. Urge developing countries, least developed countries and countries with

economies in transition to promote activities such as eco-tourism and make use of the resulting revenue to support local initiatives to combat desertification and improve the livelihoods of the affected communities;

c) Funding mechanisms 26. Call upon development partners and governments to establish partnerships

and network processes and increase budgetary allocations for combating desertification; 27. Note that since the Global Environment Facility has become a financial

mechanism for the Convention, participants appreciate the contribution of this facility to the implementation of the Convention;

28. Note the insufficient level of resources allocated to land degradation in the

fourth replenishment of the Global Environment Facility, and call on the international community to apply the next resources allocation in a fair and equitable manner with regard to land degradation;

29. Call upon governments to establish a Global Young Enterprise Fund which

would go a long way towards recognizing and supporting the need to enhance economic investments;

30. Suggest that national youth enterprise funds should also be established at

national level, to serve as an additional financial mechanism, by inviting investments from the private sector, such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, national governments and other public institutions;

31. Encourage the promotion and establishment of national level youth institutes

in order to enhance the capacity and skills of young people so that they can successfully undertake business opportunities and at the same time participate in the decision-making processes;

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6. General recommendations 32. Invite governments to take into consideration the important role played by

young people when developing ten-year strategic plan and framework to enhance the implementation of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, as decided by decision 3/COP7.

33. Encourage the international community to continue to promote public

awareness-raising, access to information, capacity-building and action-oriented educational tools on the desertification issue and its socio-economic implications.

34. Request governments and youth representatives to introduce the Bamako

Statement at major international events such as the World Youth Summit, and the High Level Summit on Migration;

35. Request the next Conference of the Parties to the United Nations

Convention to Combat Desertification to consider the Bamako Statement with the objective of implementing the recommendations contained therein.

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III. ANNEX A (AGENDA)

M o n d a y , 4 S e p t e m b e r 2 0 0 6

8:30 – 9:30 • Arrival and registration of participants Opening Session 9.30 - 10.30 • Welcoming Address • Statements • Launching of a Youth Camp to Combat Desertification in Mali 10:30 - 11:00

Tea/Coffee break

1st Plenary Meeting 11:00 - 11:10 • Adoption of the Agenda • Election of Officers including Rapporteurs • Introduction by the UNCCD Secretariat 11:00 – 13:00 • Keynote Presentation: “Challenges and opportunities for

Youth in the Drylands – A Global Perspective” • Discussion

13:00 – 14:30 Lunch break

2nd Plenary Meeting

14:30 – 15:30 • Presentation of case studies (Mali, India) • Discussion 15:30 – 16:00 Tea/Coffee break

16:00 – 18:00 • Presentation of case studies (Dominica, Georgia, Italy) • Discussion

T u e s d a y , 5 S e p t e m b e r 2 0 0 6

3rd Plenary Meeting

09:00 – 09:30 • Summary of the previous day’s proceedings 09:30 – 10:30 • Presentation: “Ecosystem services, including carbon

sequestration and associated opportunities” • Discussion 10:30 – 11:00 Tea/Coffee break 11:00 – 13:00 • Experiences made in Argentina, China and Italy • Discussion 13:00 – 14:30 Lunch Break

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4th Plenary Meeting

14:30 - 16:00 • Presentation: “Youth and volunteerism for combating

desertification” • Discussion 16:00 - 16:30 Tea/Coffee break

16:30 - 18:00 • Thematic working groups

W e d n e s d a y , 6 S e p t e m b e r 2 0 0 6 09:30 – 13:00 • Thematic working groups (continued) 13.00 – 14:30 Lunch Break

5th Plenary Meeting 14:30 - 15:30 • Working groups Presentations 15:30 - 17:30 • Discussion of the Bamako Statement 17:30 - 18:00 • Presentation of the Chairman’s summary and

recommendations • Closing session

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IV. ANNEX B (List of Participants)

COUNTRY/ INSTITUTION NAME FUNCTIONAL TITLE ADDRESS

A F R I C A

1. Angola Mr. Constantino Alberto Rodrigo Mendes

Secretary for Cooperation JEA – The Ecological Youth of Angola Avenida Revoluçao de Outubro, 2 Edificio 3, 2° Andar, Apt. 21 Kassenda, Prenda P.O. BOX 542 Luanda, Angola Cell : +244 923 32 64 76 / 912 80 3938 Tel/Fax : +244 222 35 57 15 Cell : + 244 222 33 89 19 E-mail : [email protected], const[email protected] Website: http://www.jea.angoladigital.net

2. Benin Mme Armande Aivohozin Zanou

Point Focal CCD Bénin Ministère de l’Environnement et de la Protection de la Nature 01 BP 5031 Cotonou Tel : +229 21 31 20 65 +229 95 05 02 28 Fax : +229 21 31 50 81 E-mail : [email protected]

Moussa Ouedraogo Association Prudence Sahel

BP 05 Gourcy Tel : +226 76 12 02 54 E-mail : [email protected]

3. Burkina Faso

Abdou Soré Association Prudence Sahel

BP 4 Ouahigouya Burkina Faso Tel : +226 76 59 69 72 E-mail : [email protected]

4. Burundi M. Jean Donatien Nshimirimana

Président et Représentant Légal de l'ONG Propreté, Environnement et Santé "P.E.S"

Membre de la Commission Nationale de l'Environnement Président commission Désertification Burundi Membre accrédité UNCCD Phone: +257 224491, Fax: +257 221351 Mobil: +257 921 376 E-mail: [email protected]

Mme Marie Tamoifo Nkom Porte Parole Jeunesse Africaine Présidente Association Jeunesse Verte du Cameroun

Association Jeunesse Verte du Cameroun, CT Cefdhac BP 12636 Yaoundé Tel : +237 984 61 13 /+237 997 70 36 Fax: +237 221 50 48 E-mail : [email protected] [email protected]

5. Cameroun

M. Dieudonné Christian Komze Djampou

Jurist Président – Jeunesse pour l’environnement

P.O. BOX 20773 Yaoundé, Cameroun Tel: +237 737 7310 E-mail: [email protected] [email protected]

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6. Central African Republic

Mr. Ambroise Zanga Directeur Technique Fondation Centrafricaine pour la Sauvegarde des Ressources Naturelles (FOCSARENA) B.P. 754 Bangui, Centrafrique Tel: +236 50 97 52 E-mail: [email protected] E-mail : [email protected]

7. Comores M. Ahmed Selemane Issa Responsable en Pédologie à l’Institut National pour la Recherche en Agriculture, Pêche et Environnement (INRAPE)

Ministère de la Production Comores Tel : +269 33 88 32 Tel : +269 73 62 00/ 78 82 98 E-mail : [email protected]

8. Côte d’Ivoire M. Patrice Kouassi Ango Effebi

Chargé de Programme CI Ecologie 10 BP 838 Abidjan 10 Tel: +225 07 07 37 27/ 20 21 14 75 Fax +225 20 21 14 75 E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]

9. Democratic Republic of Congo

M. Jean Muneng Ilunga Chef de Bureau Direction du Développement Durable

c/o : Monsieur Djunganumbe Etumesaku Point focal national Ministère de l'Environnement Direction de Développement Durable B.P. 12 - 348 Kinshasa Tel: 243 998 23 56 64 243 812 72 45 95 Fax: 243 884 3675 E-mail: [email protected]

10. Eritrea Mr. Fkreyesus Ghilay Haile Head of Community Forestry Development and UNCCD National Coordinator

Ministry of Agriculture Department of Agri-promotion and Development P.O. BOX 1048 Asmara Tel: (291) 18 10 77 Fax: (291) 18 12 74 E-mail : [email protected]

11. Malawi Ms Juliet Ndiuzani Suliwa Student Bunda College of Agriculture University of Malawi P.O. Box 90326 Blantyre, Malawi Tel: +265 8 382 080 / +265 8 895 328 Fax: +265 1 871 451 E-mail: [email protected]

12. Mauritania Abdelkader Mohamed Saleck Coordonnateur Projet Pauvreté et Environnement PNUE

Secrétariat d’Etat chargé de l’Environnement Tel: +222 630 89 96 Fax : +222 525 95 95 E-mail: [email protected]

13. Morocco M. Ali Ouachouo

Professeur Association ONG Ferdla Tinjdab Maroc College Wahda Tinjdad, Maroc Code Postal 52600 Tel : 062412226 E-mail : [email protected]

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14. Niger M. Hassane Garba Secrétaire Général Ministère de la Formation Professionnelle et Technique, chargé de l’Emploi des Jeunes BP 2501 Niamey, Niger Tel: 00227 20 73 36 11 Fax: 00227 20 73 35 93 Email: [email protected]

15. Nigeria Mr. Kenneth Olawale Ona-Adigun

Consultant/Human Capital Developer

The African Dream Initiative 14, Stella Osholanke Street Ajao Estate, Airport Road, Lagos State Nigeria Tel: +234 803 481 0668 +234 805 406 9089 E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]

16. Sierra Leone Mr. Emmanuel Saffa Abdulai Executive Director Society for Democratic Initiatives 13 Fort Street Freetown, Sierra Leone West Africa Tel: +232-76-647-456 or +232-33-500-327 E-mail: [email protected]; [email protected]

Mr. Yawo Kouma Jules Adjima

Directeur Exécutif NGO

Les Compagnons Ruraux Rue Adolescent Epanoui BP. 92 Kpalimé/ Kloto TOGO Tél + 228 441 14 43 Cel. : + 228 922 19 10 Fax : +228 441 14 44 Email : [email protected] [email protected]

17. Togo

M. Bossiadé Kwakou Noagbé

Mouvement Africain des Enfants et Jeunes Travailleurs MAEJT/ENDA Lomé, Togo E-mail : [email protected]

18. Tunisia Mr. Habib Zammouri NGO Association des Jeunes de ZAMMOUR – Béni Khédache BP no 353 Médenine 4100 TUNISIE Tel: (216) 75 63 76 64 Fax: (216) 75 637 464 Email: [email protected]

19. Uganda Mr. Kibedi Zaake Wanume Youth Representative, Member of Parliament of the Republic of Uganda

P.O. BOX 2041 Jinja E-mail: [email protected] P.OP. Box 7178 Kampala

20. Zambia Mr. Davies Mike Sitali Economist Project Manager

Young Africans Welfare Association (YAWA) (Action Water) P.O. Box 21280, Kitwe Zambia Flat 3, reco flats Chandamali rd. Parklands, Kitwe, Zambia Tel: +260 97 308150 E-mail: [email protected]

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D I A S P O R A

21. Mr. Sekou Bathily 24 rue Rochebrune ch 77 93100 Montreuil France Tel: (33-6) 64 77 89 32 E-mail: [email protected]

22. Mme Kadiatou Bathily Membre Association de Bada E-mail: [email protected] Tel : 626 49 88

A S I A

23. China Prof. Wang Dongmei

Chinese Associate of combating desertification

School of Soil and Water Conservation Beijing Forestry University I-D 701, BAI RU YUAN 11, LING DA BEI Road Beijing, 100083, P.R.CHINA Tel: +8610-62337777 Fax: +8610 82308918 Mob:13701398074 Email: [email protected]

24. India Mr. Venkat Emandi Ramnayya President Youth For Action 1-2-593/50, Street no: 4, Lane no: 5, Gaganmahal, Domalguda, Hyderabad – 500 029. Andhra Pradesh, India Tel: +91 40-27632474, Fax: +91 40-27632372 Email: [email protected] [email protected], [email protected]

25. Indonesia Mr. Soetedjo Prijo

Soil Scientist Agricultural Faculty University of Nusa Cendana JL. Adisucipto-Penfui, Kupang, NTT – Indonesia +62.380 823474 fax: +62.380.823474 [email protected]

26. Iran Mr. Bahram Noushafareen Forest, Range & Watershed Management Org. (FRWO) P.O. BOX 19575/657 Shemiran Tehran, Iran Tel: +9821 224 90696 – 2244 6508 Fax: +9821 2244 6556 E-mail: [email protected]

27. Pakistan Mr. Tanveer Arif CEO Society for Conservation and Protection of Environment (SCOPE) D-141 (annexy) Block-2, off Allama Iqbal Road, P.E.C.H.S, Karachi-75400, Tel: 92-21-4522562 / 92-21-4559448 Fax: 92-21-4557009 E-mail: [email protected]

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28. Tajikistan Mr. Mumin Akhunov Head of Department

State Committee for Land Management Giprozemgorodok 15, Lomonosov Str. 4 - 48 Dushanbe, Republic of Tajikistan Tel.: (992 372) 2217002 (work); (992 95) 154 1111(mobile) Fax: (992 372) 311487 E-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]

29. Yemen Adel Ali Sallam Noman

Sana'a (Al-Hasab'a) Tel: (00967) 733552567 Fax: (009671) 250976 Email: [email protected]

L A T I N A M E R I C A A N D T H E C A R R I B B E A N

30. Argentina Ms Paola Veronica Petracco

FONDACION DEL SUR Cochabamba 449, Buenos Aires C.P. 1150 Tel : +54 11-42423455 E-mail : [email protected], [email protected]

31. Chile Ms Maria Virginia Carter Gamberini

Geographer Pontifical Catholic University FogQuest Géografo, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile Av. Leonardo Da Vinci 7071 Las Condes, Santiago, Chile Tel: 56 2 229 5134/562 686 5797 E-mail: [email protected]/ [email protected]

32. Cuba Roberto Sanchez Medina Calle 5ta. 6611 u/c 66 y 70 Playa. Ciudad de la Habana Tel/Fax: +53 7 2042985 E-mail: [email protected]

33. Dominica Mr. Delroy Nester Williams General Secretary, National Association of Youth in Agriculture Incorporated

c/o Division of Agriculture, Botanic Gardens Roseau, Commonwealth of Dominica Tel: +1 767 266 3823 (work) +1 767 225 63 67 (cell) Fax: +1 767 448 8632 E-mail: [email protected] [email protected] E-mail : [email protected]

34. Dominican Republic Mr. Victor Vinas-Nicolas

Ave. John F; Kennedy KM 6 ½ Autopista Duarte (Agricultura) Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Tel: +809 547 2189 / (809) 383 - 6312 Fax: +809 732 5700 E-mail: [email protected] & [email protected]

35. Mexico Ms Maria De Lourdes Lira Quintero

Ingeniero Agrónomo Especialista en Suelos

Vistas de la Aurora N0 32 Fraccionamiento Vistas del Pinar CP 45010 Mision de Santo Tomas,

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Col. Chapalita Inn, Zapopan Jalisco Tel : +52 37 77 70 ext. 2608/ 37 77 71 22 +52 33 31 100820 E-mail : [email protected], [email protected]

36. Panama Mr. Jose Antonio Gonzalez Autoridad Nacional del Ambiente - Sede Principal Edificio 804 Albrook, Panamá Apartado 0843-00793 Panamá, Panamá. Tel: (507) 5000855 Fax: (507) 5000800 E-mail: [email protected] / [email protected]

37. Saint Lucia Ms Cindy Cathy Eugene Agricultural Youth Officer

Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Sir Stanislaus James Building, Waterfront Castries, St. Lucia Tel: +1 758 468 4166 Mobile: +1 758 715 4041 Fax: + 1 758 453 2035/ 758 453 6314 E-mail: [email protected]

38. Venezuela Sr. Jesus Castillo Ingeniero Agronomo Calle Pedro Leon Torres con Avenida Urdaneta. Casa N PLT 19. Santa Cruz de Bucaral. Municipio Union. Estado Falcon Tel: +58 268 99 96 048 Fax: +58 268 99 96 048 E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]

N O R T H E R N M E D I T E R R A N E A N A N D C E N T R A L A N D E A S T E R N E U R O P E

39. Georgia Mr. Revaz Enukidze Head of the Department of International Relations and Conventions

Ministry of Environment Protection and Natural Resources of Georgia 6 Gulua Str. Tbilisi, Georgia Tel: 99532 275 716/ 275 723 Fax: 99532 275 723 E-mail: [email protected]

Hon. Alfonso Pecoraro Scanio

Minister of Environment, Land and Sea Protection

M. Guido La Tella Diplomatic Advisor to the Minister

M. Gaetano Benedetto Vice Head of Cabinet

M. Giovanni Nani Head Press Office

M. Andrea Falzone Legal Adviser

M. Fabrizio Lonati Personal Secretary

40.

Italy

Mme Anna Luise Head, Desertification Unit (APAT)

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M. Alessandro Farruggia Journalist

M. Riccardo Bocca Journalist

M. Elio Candelo Journalist

Ms Orietta Casali Progetto Speciale Clima Globale ENEA – CR Casaccia Via Anguillarese, 301 00060 S. Maria Di Galeria (Roma) Tel: (39-06) 3048 4987 Fax: (39-06) 3048 6695 Mobile (320) 922 4154 Email: [email protected]

Paolo Soprano

Director Italian Ministry of the Environment and Territory DG Environmental Research and Development Via Cristoforo Colombo, 44 00147 Rome Tel: +39 06 57 22 82 10 Fax: +39 06 57 22 82 25 E-mail: [email protected]

Piero Gagliardo President CNLSD

Ministère de l’Environnement Via C. Colombo 112 00147 Rome, Italy Tel: +39 329 381 0248 Fax: +39 065 7222 620 E-mail: [email protected]

Mr. Giovannino Lopez Consultant

CNLSD Italie Via Vasco Vivianni 7 56124 Pisa, Italy Tel: 39 050 57 62 72/098 499 0869 Cel: 347 94 93 611 E-mail: [email protected] [email protected]

41. Spain Mme Beatriz Bueno Gonzalez National Office of the Focal Point (Technician)

Servicios Forestales Tragsatec C/JULIAN CAMARILLO 6b Planta 1B Tel: 91 322 61 88 E-mail: [email protected]

D E V E L O P E D C O U N T R Y P A R T I E S

42. Finland Ms. Johanna Togola

Project Coordinator Mali Folkecenter BP. E 4211 Faladie SEMA rue 851 porte 181 Bamako, Mali Phone: + 223 2200617 Fax: + 223 2200618 [email protected]

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43. Netherlands

Ms Daniëlle Aletta de Man

Chargée de projets Both Ends Nieuwe Keizersgracht 45 1018 VC Amsterdam EU/ACP = domaine d’activités The Netherlands Tel : +31 20 623 08 23 Fax: +31 20 620 80 49 E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]

R E G I O N A L O R G A N I S A T I O N S A N D I N T E R N A T I O N A L O R G A N I S A T I O N S

M. Musa Mbenga

Secrétaire Exécutif BP 7049 Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso Tel: +226 5037 4125 / 26 Fax: +226 5037 4132 E-mail: [email protected]

M. Harouna Kindo Responsable Communication

E-mail: [email protected]

Mrs Edwige Botoni / Liehoun

Expert GRN BP 7049 Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso Tel: +226 5037 4125 / 26 E-mail: [email protected]

44. Comité Permanent Inter Etats de Lutte Contre la Sécheresse au Sahel (CILSS)

M. Dramane Coulibaly BP 7049 Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso Tel: +226 5037 4125 / 26 Tel: +226 70 26 19 12 E-mail: [email protected]

45. Institut du Sahel Mme Madina Sy Aide Documentaliste Institut du Sahel BP 1530 Bamako Mali Tel : +223 222 80 86/679 46 20 E-mail: [email protected]

46. Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)

Mr. Coulibaly Yacouba Noël Assistant de Recherche

Projet changements climatiques 06 BP 9478 Ouagadougou 06 Burkina Faso Tel: +226 50 30 47 42 +226 76 04 01 89 E-mail: [email protected]

47. International Crops Research Institute for the Semi Arid Tropics (ICRISAT)

Bonny R. Ntare Représentant Résident ICRISAT BP. 320 Bamako, Mali Tél. : +223 222 33 75 Fax : +223 222 86 83 Email : [email protected]

48. Union Africaine Mamadou Ouattara Coordonnateur

Bureau Union Africaine pour le Programme Fouta Djallon UA-BCI B.P. 1386 Conakry – Guinée Tel. : +224 30 43 53 65 Fax : +224 60 52 65 00 E-mail : [email protected] [email protected]

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49. Union Economique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine (UEMOA)

M. Ayih Atayi-Agbobly Chargé de l’Environnemnet 01 BP 543 Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso Tel: +226 5032 88 11 Fax: +226 5031 8872 E-mail: [email protected]

Mrs Mariam Mahamat Nour

FAO Representative in Mali P.O. Box 1820 Bamako, Mali Tél. : +223 222 37 13 +223 222 65 76 Fax : +223 222 36 46 E-mail: [email protected] E-mail: [email protected]

50. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

Salif Kanouté Consultant FAO Tél. : +223 222 37 13 Fax : +223 222 36 46 E-mail : [email protected] [email protected]

51. Institut de l’Energie de la Francophonie (IEPF)

Moussa Sinon Agent de Projets

Unité Jeunesse de la Francophonie 505, Rue du Collège Dieppe, NB, E1A 1M1, Canada Tel : +1 506 856 7664 Fax : +1 506 856 2125 [email protected]

52. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Mr. Abdoul Byukusenge Youth Advisor for Africa UN Environment Programme (UNEP) P.O. Box 4450 Kigali, Rwanda Tel: +250 085 127 00 Fax : +250 502 494 E-mail : [email protected]

53. United Nations Volunteers (UNV)

Mr. André Carvalho Représentant UNV Bonn Programme des Volontaires des Nations Unies

UNV Africa Section Langer Eugen Hermann-Ehlerstrasse 10 53113 Bonn, Germany Tel: (49-228) 815 22 01 Fax: (49-228) 815 2952 E-mail : [email protected]

M. Joseph Byll-Cataria Coordonnateur du Système des Nations Unies au Mali

Bamako, Mali Fax: +223 2225431/ 6298

M. Kalfa Sanogo Assistant Représentant Résident

Programme des Nations Unies pour le Développement (PNUD) BP. 120, Bamako Tél. + 223 222 01 81 Fax: +223 222 62 98 E-mail : [email protected]

54. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Mme Dembelé Aïda M’bo Programme des Nations Unies pour le Développement (PNUD) BP. 120, Bamako Tél. +223 222 01 81

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55. UNDP-GEF Julie E. Fischer Regional Technical Advisor LD Conseillère Régionale FEM

5, Boulevard de l’Est Point E Dakar, Sénégal BP 154 Dakar, Sénégal Tel: + 221 869 06 31 Fax: +221 869 06 21 E-mail: [email protected]

H O S T C O U N T R Y ( M A L I )

56. M. Mamadou Gakou Directeur STP Point focal de la CCD

Secrétariat Technique du Cadre Institutionnel de la Gestion des Questions Environnementales Ministère de l’Environnement et de l’Assainissement BP. 2357 Tél. : +223 223 10 74 Fax : +223 223 58 67 E-mail: [email protected]

57. Mme Tangara Patricia Koné

Coordinatrice

Groupe de Coordination des Zones Arides (GCOZA/Mali) S/c AMAPROS Lafiabougou, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 649 92 50 E-mail: [email protected]

58. M. Nouradine Zakaria Touré

Président Jeunes Ruraux Mali Fédération Nationale des Jeunes Ruraux du Mali Tél. +223 649 07 02 Fax : +223 221 78 87 E-mail: [email protected]

59. Mme Maïga Sina Damba

Présidente Association de Formation et d’Appui au Développement (AFAD) BP. 805 Faladié – Sema, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 229 93 57 Fax : +223 229 39 17 E-mail: [email protected]

60. Gaoussou Diarra Délégué FENAJER Fédération Nationale des Jeunes Ruraux Koulikoro Tél. +223 226 24 11 / 509 58 80 E-mail: [email protected] Mali

61. Modibo Cissé Point Focal Convention sur la Diversité Biologique

Direction Nationale de la Conservation de la Nature (DNCN) BP. 275, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 223 36 95/97 Fax : +223 223 36 96 E-mail : [email protected]

62. M. Ahmed Sékou Diallo Membre du Conseil National GCOZA Groupe de Coordination des Zones Arides BP. 805, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 22 18 30 Fax: +223 220 18 30 E-mail: [email protected] E-mail: [email protected]

63. M. Félix Dakouo Directeur National de la Conservation de la Nature

Direction Nationale de la Conservation de la Nature (DNCN) BP. 275, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 223 36 95 / 97 Fax : +223 223 36 96 E-mail : [email protected] [email protected]

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64. M. Aghatam Ag Alassane

Directeur Général Agence Bassin Fleuve Niger (ABFN) Tel.: +223 222 19 92 +223 675 01 80 E-mail : [email protected]

65. M. Ibrahima Diakite Chef Bureau Gestion Ressources Naturelles

STP/CIGQE Quartier du Fleuve, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 10 74/645 43 22 E-mail: [email protected]

66. M. Mohamed Simbara Secrétaire Général Oeuvre d’Appui au Développement BP. 1278, Badialan II, Rue 491, Porte 442 Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 622 32 21 E-mail: [email protected]

67. M. Salikou Ouattara Directeur AMAPROS BP. 6026, Bamako, Mali Tél. : +223 229 53 95 +223 675 43 38 Fax: +223 229 25 24 E-mail: [email protected] E-mail: [email protected]

68. Djiriba Traoré Coordinateur National du Programme de Renforcement des Capacités de l’Etat et des Collectivités Locales en Matières de Gestion de l’Environnement et des Ressources Naturelles

Secrétariat Technique Permanent du Cadre Institutionnel de la Gestion des Questions Environnementales BP. 2357, Quartier du Fleuve, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 34 63 +223 674 47 6 Fax : +223 223 58 67 E-mail: [email protected]

69. Mouhamadou Traoré Chef Bureau Communication Formation et Recherche STP Point focal Biosécurité

Secrétariat Technique Permanent du Cadre Institutionnel de Gestion des Questions Environnementales/MEA BP. 2357, Quartier du Fleuve, Bamako, Mali E-mail: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Tel : (223) 223 10 74 / 645 08 93 Fax: +223 223 58 67

70. M. Bakary Touré Chef Bureau Convention Accords et Traités Internationaux sur l’Environnement Ministère de l’Environnement et Assainissement STP/CIGQU Quartier du Fleuve, Bamako Tél. +223 223 10 74 E-mail : [email protected]

71. M. Mossa Yattara GCOZA/Mali BP. 1122, Bamako, Mali Tél. 220 30 76/676 72 50 E-mail: [email protected]

72. M. Mamadou Bagayoko Assistant GRN Mali-FOLKECENTER Faladié/SEMA Tél. 220 06 17/611 38 92 E-mail: [email protected]

73. M. Alioune Gueye Conseil National de la Jeunesse du Mali CNJ-Mali

Commissaire Chargé de la Santé et de l’Environnement BP. 2017 Kati, Mali Fax : +223 222 52 44

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74. M. Mohamed Idal TOGO

Stagiaire Environnementaliste Direction Nationale de la Geologie et des Mines DNGM/Division ICEM

75. Ibrahim KAMPO Conseiller Technique

Conseil Economique Social et Culturel Koulouba Tel. : +223 222 43 68 +223 631 89 65

76. Ismaïla Alhassane Chargé de mission

Ministère de l’Industrie et du Commerce du Mali BP. 1789 Bamako, Mali Tel. : +223 222 20 20 / 606 09 45/ 222 80 59/672 61 83 Fax : +223 222 22 20 E-mail : [email protected]

77. Founémakan Sissoko Administrateur Civil

Ministère de l’Administration Territoriale et des Collectivités Locales Rue 523, Porte 286 Bagadadji, Bamako Tel : +223 685 24 95 Fax : +223 222 60 24 E-mail : [email protected]

78. Akhimy Maïga Président ONG Action pour le Fleuve Niger Rue 421, Porte 536, Torokorobougou Tél. : +223 646 90 22 Fax : +223 221 83 10 E-mail : [email protected]

79. Sidy Mohamed Coulibaly

Chef de Section Etudes

Ministère des Mines, de l’Energie et de l’Eau Direction Nationale de l’Energie BP. 1872, Badalabougou, Bamako, Mali Tel. : +223 222 45 38 E-mail : [email protected]

80. Aliou Korcoss Délégation Générale Intégration Africaine (Mali) ACI 2000 Hamdallaye Tél. +223 229 11 22 E-mail : [email protected]

81. Saïdou Ouattara Délégué programme ressources forestières

Institut d’Economie Rurale (IER) BP 258, Bamako, Mali Tél. : +223 673 42 52 +223 224 64 28 Fax : +223 221 09 06 +223 222 37 75 E-mail : [email protected]

82. Dr Alou Barry Directeur National de la Promotion de la Femme, de l’Enfant et de la Famille

BP. 2688, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 228 5354 Fax : +223 228 53 02 E-mail : [email protected]

83. Cheickné Sidibé Directeur National Direction Nationale de l’Assainissement et du Contrôle des Collections et des Nuisances Tel/Fax : +223 229 50 90

84. Thierry Metais Coordinateur Technique Action contre la Faim/Espagne BP. 2562, Bamako, Mali Tél. : +223 637 96 41 Fax : +223 221 55 27 E-mail : [email protected]

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85. Adiaratou THIAM MAIGA

Experte HIMO Agence pour la Promotion de l’Emploi des Jeunes (APES) ACI 2000 Hamdallaye, Près de la SOTELMA Tel. : +223 229 64 55 Fax : +223 229 64 59 E-mail : [email protected]

86. Mohamed Gareyane Chargé Planification Direction Nationale de la Conservation de la Nature E-mail: [email protected]

87. Fatoumata Camara Chef du Personnel Ministère de l’Environnement et de l’Assainissement DAF/MEA – ACI 2000 Tél. +223 229 57 67

88. Macalou Awa Anoune Maré

Ingénieur des Eaux et Forêts Secrétariat Technique Permanent du Cadre Institutionnel de la Gestion des Questions Environnementales Ministère de l’Environnement et de l’Assainissement Tél. +223 223 10 74 E-mail : [email protected]

89. Mafing Koné Assistante STP/CIGQE STP/CIGQE Tél. 918 45 50 E-mail: [email protected]

90. Seydou Bocoum Directeur DAF Ministère de l’Environnement et de l’Assainissement Fax : +223 229 99 68

91. Fousseyni Traoré STP E-mail: [email protected]

92. Mohamed Lamine Keïta Réseau des Communicateurs de l’Environnement Ouolofoboubou Bolibana Rue 448, Porte 281, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 687 48 66

93. Ahamadou Houna Sidibé

Expert Suivi et Evaluation Fonds LCD/RPS/CSLP BP. 234, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 223 86 37 Fax : +223 222 71 60 E-mail: [email protected]

94. Boubacar Traoré Agent Direction Nationale de l’Hydraulique

Ministère des Mines, de l’Energie et de l’Eau Direction Nationale de l’Hydraulique BP. 66, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 221 25 88 +223 608 89 05 E-mail: [email protected]

95. Adama Guindo Président Commission Environnement

Conseil National de la Jeunesse du Mali Badalabougou Sema 1, Côté de l’Ex Djigui Sème, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 222 52 44 +223 642 53 80 Fax : +223 222 52 44 E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]

96. Yacouba Issoufa Maïga

Chef Division Aménagement Hydraulique

Direction Nationale Hydraulique BP. 66, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 221 48 77 +223 641 22 93 Fax : +223 221 86 35 E-mail: [email protected]

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97. Seydou Coulibaly Conseiller Technique Ministère de l’Elevage et de la Pêche BP. 3034 Tél. +223 222 69 19 Fax : +223 223 51 57 E-mail: [email protected]/fr

98. Fousséni Diakité Ingénieur Eaux et Forêts Ministère des Mines, Energie et de l’Eau (MMEE) Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 673 69 74 E-mail: [email protected]

99. Toumany Dembélé Point Focal Massif du Fouta Djallon

Secrétariat Technique Permanent Cadre Institutionnel de la Gestion des Questions Environnementales BP. 2357, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 223 10 74 +223 603 68 95 +223 229 45 46 (Res.) Fax : +223 223 58 67 E-mail: [email protected]

100. Dr Ousmane Guindo Conseiller Technique Assemblée Nationale

Commission DRE Bamako Tél. +223 644 68 30

101. Ludo Rochette Attaché Chargé d’Affaires a.i.

Ambassade de Belgique Tél. +223 221 96 22 E-mail: [email protected]

102. Amadou Maïga Point Focal CMAE/NEPAD

Ministère Environnement et Assainissement BP. 2357, Bamako, Mali E-mail: [email protected]

103. Boubacar Sidiki Dembélé

Point Focal MDP/NCAP STP/CIGQE BP. 2357, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 223 10 74 — Fax : +223 223 58 67 E-mail: [email protected]

104. Ibrahima Alassane Touré

SP/CONACILSS/MA CILSS Ministère de l’Agriculture Secrétaire Permanent du Comité National du CILSS Tél. +223 222 86 67 / +223 639 71 25 E-mail: [email protected]

105. Mme Niambélé Cécile Bamba

Assistante d’Administration GTZ/PAPE BP. 2357, Bamako, Mali Tél. 222 20 53 Fax : +223 222 20 53 E-mail: [email protected]

106. Demélé Sory Cissé Hawa

Directrice Conseil de Concertation et d’Appui aux ONG CCA/ONG

BPE. 16, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 220 92 51 Fax : +223 220 04 14 E-mail: [email protected]

107. Moussa Idrissa Coulibaly

Chef du Personnel Agence du Bassin du Fleuve Niger Badalabougou, Rue 108 Tél. +223 636 09 57 +223 222 73 66

108. Tiamba Yattara Politologue Direction Nationale de la Jeunesse (DNJ) Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 681 83 66 E-mail: [email protected]

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109. Nampaa Sanogho Conseiller du District Association des Municipalités du Mali (AMM) Tél. +223 223 78 93 Fax : +223 223 70 25 E-mail: [email protected]

110. Dr Gaoussou Traoré Coordonnateur Pôle GRN/SP Institut d’Economie Rurale (IER) BP. 258, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 698 67 36 E-mail: [email protected]

111. Abdourahamane Diop FSP Codéveloppement Quartier du fleuve, Bamako, Mali Contigu Ministère des Mines, de l’Energie et de l’Eau Tél. 615 38 85 Fax : +223 223 67 54 E-mail: [email protected]

112. Oliver Kaba FSP Codéveloppement Quartier du Fleuve, Bamako, Mali Contigu Ministère des Mines, de l’Energie et de l’Eau Tél. +223 673 06 40 Fax : +223 223 67 54 E-mail: [email protected]

113. Diaminatou Sylla Traoré

Protocole de la République Tél. +223 662 11 14

114. Cheickna Sidibé Député Assemblée Nationale Assemblée Nationale du Mali Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 686 57 52

115. Maliki Sangaré Conseiller des Affaires Etrangères

Protocole de la République du Mali Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 643 86 26

116. Fatoumata Coulibaly Assistante Financière STP/CIGQE Quartier du Fleuve, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 223 10 74 Fax : +223 223 58 67 E-mail: [email protected]

117. Arouna Keïta Chargé de Mission Ministère de l’Artisanat et du Tourisme Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 229 82 01

118. Cheick Mohamed Thiam

Organisation STP/IGQE Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 674 47 83

119. Ibrahim Ag Mohamed Attaché de Cabinet Ministère de l’Environnement et de l’Assainissement BP. 1634, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 644 07 66 Fax : +223 229 51 70

120. Amadou Sidibé Expert Suivi Evaluation CSLP/MEF BP. 234, Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 223 86 37 E-mail: [email protected]

121. Mohamed Koïté Direction Nationale de la Météorologie Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 914 62 04 +223 220 62 E-mail: [email protected]

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122. Ibrahima Diakité Juriste Djicoroni – Para Bamako, Mali Tél. +223 630 42 75 Fax : +223 223 58 67 E-mail: [email protected]. [email protected]

123. Aboubacrine Abdoulaye Maïga

Coordinateur de Programme Initiative-Action pour le Développement au Sahel (IADS) B.P. E2995 Baco-Djicoroni ACI Bamako Tel. : +223 228 95 17 +223 676 39 49 +223 228 55 76

124. Mr. Ibrahim Togola Director of NGO Mali-Folkecenter

BP. E4211 Bamako, Mali Tel: +223 220 0617 Fax: +223 220 0618 E-mail: [email protected]

125. Mr. Ousmane Ouattara Coordinateur de la division GRN

BP. E4211 Bamako, Mali Tel: +223 220 0617 Fax: +223 220 0618 E-mail: [email protected]

126. Mr. Mamadou Bagayoko

Assistant GRN BP. E4211 Faladié/SEMA Bamako, Mali Tel: +223 220 0617 Fax: +223 220 0618 +223 611 38 92 E-mail: [email protected] [email protected]

127. Boubacar Tangara Etudiant en Multimédia Conservatoire des Arts et Métiers Multimédia Rue 462 Porte 66 Badialan Tél. : +223 910 59 33 E-mail : [email protected]

C O N S U L T A N T S / R E S O U R C E P E R S O N S

128. France Mr. Regis Maubrey Directeur Greenway International B.P. No 373 75723 Paris Cedex 15 France Tel: (33-1) 45 67 98 16 Email: [email protected]

129. Gambia Mr. Katim Touray Consultant P.O. BOX 591, Banjul, The Gambia Tel: + 220 995 2942 E-mail : [email protected]

130. Mauritania

Mme Marieme Bekaye

Resource Person Nouakchott, Mauritanie Tel: +222 661 61 01 E-mail : [email protected]

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S E C R E T A R I A T O F T H E U N I T E D N A T I O N S C O N V E N T I O N T O C O M B A T D E S E R T I F I C A T I O N ( U N C C D )

131. Mr. Hama Arba Diallo Executive Secretary Langer Eugen Hermann-Ehlers Str. 10 53113 Bonn Tel: +49 228 815 2801; Fax: +49 228 815 2898/9; E-mail: [email protected]

132. Ms Bettina Horstmann Coordinator, Africa Unit

Langer Eugen Hermann-Ehlers Str. 10 53113 Bonn Tel: +49 228 815 2816; Fax: +49 228 815 2898/9; E-mail: [email protected]

133. M. Massimo Candelori Coordinator, COPSUBLA

Langer Eugen Hermann-Ehlers Str. 10 53113 Bonn Tel: +49 228 815 2841; Fax: +49 228 815 2898/9;E-mail: [email protected]

134. Mr. Goodspeed Kopolo Senior Programme Officer, COPSUBLA

Langer Eugen Hermann-Ehlers Str. 10 53113 Bonn Tel: +49 228 815 2871; Fax: +49 228 815 2898/9; E-mail: [email protected]

135. Mr. Marcos Montoiro Programme Officer, ERPI

Langer Eugen Hermann-Ehlers Str. 10 53113 Bonn Tel: +49 228 815 2806; Fax: +49 228 815 2898/9; E-mail: [email protected]

136. Mr. Boubacar Cissé Programme, Africa Unit

Langer Eugen Hermann-Ehlers Str. 10 53113 Bonn Tel: +49 228 815 2818; Fax: +49 228 815 2898/9; E-mail: [email protected]

137. Ms Susan Lakop Assistant, Africa Unit Langer Eugen Hermann-Ehlers Str. 10 53113 Bonn Tel: +49 228 815 2817; Fax: +49 228 815 2898/9; E-mail: [email protected]