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The new year begins with some new documents to share with our partners: the 16th Newsletter has been issued by the Jeju Secretariat to keep us informed on the recent news from our members. This issue collects the biggest amount of stories ever! On the other hand, the Proceedings’ book of the 7th Training course, held in Jeju island last October 2019, are already available.

New documents available: last newsletter and the 7th Training course proceedings

The new year begins with some new documents to share with our partners: the 16th Newsletter has been issued by the Jeju Secretariat to keep us informed on the recent news from our members. This issue collects the biggest amount of stories ever! On the other hand, the Proceedings’ book of the 7th Training course, held in Jeju island last October 2019, are already available.

The 7th UNESCO Training Course for Island and Coastal Biosphere Reserve Managers took place on Jeju Island, the Republic of Korea from October 30th to November 1st, 2019. The annual training course is organized by UNESCO MAB and Jeju Special Self-Governing Province and convened by Jeju Secretariat of WNICBR. The main target of this program is the BR managers of the ODA (Official Development Assistance) countries and newly designated sites and the program fully supports the entire educational expenses.

A total of 9 participants participated in this event including Buenavista (Cuba), Garden Route (South Africa), Fuerteventura (Spain), Snake Island (China), Georgian Bay (Canada), Maccahbee/Bel Ombre (Mauritius), North Vidzeme (Latvia), Haiti MAB National Committee (Haiti) and Cu Lao Cham-Hoi An (Vietnam).

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