Validation of PPECF AWPB 2015-2016

 

 

The city of Pointe Noire in Congo, hosted the 3rd meeting of the Decision-making and Guidance Committee (CDO) of the Programme for the Promotion of Certified Logging (PPECF) from February 19 to 20, 2015.

 

 

Chaired by Mr. Martin Tadoum, the Deputy Executive Secretary of COMIFAC, the meeting aimed to validate the PPECF AWPB 2015-2016. The fifteen delegates: resource persons and statutory members of PPECF, reviewed the three agenda items, namely:

 


♦ The level of implementation of the AWP 2014 through a review of interventions conducted from May 2014 to January 2015 and their effects / results;


 ♦ Implementation of the recommendations from the first two CDOs and those of the mid-term review mission;


 ♦ The AWPB 2015-2016 with a view to extension until 2016.

 

 

Following two days of intense work, the participants made recommendations on the implementation of the AWP 2014 and the components of AWPB 2015-2016.
The adoption of the AWPB 2015-2016 by the participants, subject to some changes, brought the curtain down on the 3rd meeting of the Programme for the Promotion of Certified Logging (PPECF).


 


Photo: Ollivier Girard / CIFOR
 
 
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Validation of PPECF AWPB 2015-2016

 

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