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Translation from English to French of the CMS Vulture Multi-species Action Plan

CMS Office - Abu Dhabi

13 Enero 2020 Esta oportunidad no está disponible Compartir
13 Enero 2020 Esta oportunidad no está disponible Compartir
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This task includes the translation of one document from English to French. Since the document is very long (166 pages long) it can be split between volunteers. Every volunteer who is interested to support this project can let us know how many pages of translation she/he would be able to contributel. The document is the CMS Vulture Multi-species Action Plan: https://www.cms.int/raptors/sites/default/files/publication/vulture-msap.... The translation will be published on the CMS Raptors MOU website: https://www.cms.int/raptors/en/publication/multi-species-action-plan-con.... The work should be delivered in a Word document. The volunteer is NOT asked to format the translation. Upon completion, the online volunteer(s) will receive due credit and a certificate of appreciation.
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Traducción e interpretación
The CMS Memorandum of Understanding on the Conservation of Migratory Birds of Prey in Africa and Eurasia (Raptors MOU) aims to promote internationally coordinated actions to achieve and maintain the favourable conservation status of 93 species of migratory birds of prey in 131 Range States across Africa/Eurasia, and to reverse their decline. The Vulture Multi-species Action Plan provides a comprehensive, strategic conservation plan covering the geographic ranges (128 states) of all 15 species of migratory African-Eurasian vultures and promotes concerted, collaborative and coordinated international actions. The aim is to rapidly halt current population declines. This includes bringing the conservation status of each species back to a favourable level and providing conservation management guidelines applicable to all Range States. So far, the action plan is only available in English.
Voluntarios: 5 requeridos
11-20 horas por semana/ 3 semanas
Fluent in English and French. Background in environment conservation/ecology/ornithology would be of advantage.
África
Inglés, Francés

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