ECF NEWS

March 11, 2017

The first ECF Regional Consultative Forum meeting was held on February 28th, 2017 at the Radisson Blue Iveria in Tbilisi, Georgia. The Forum is the key advisory body of the ECF where the relevant stakeholders provide input related to activities of the ECF, discuss wider institutional and policy-related topics, cooperation and collaborations. The Forum hosted 47 participants, including representatives of different governmental and non-governmental institutions, embassies, international donor organizations etc. The event was opened by the Minister of Environ...

January 11, 2017

The Caucasus is an ecoregion with many diverse ecosystems, cultures, communities and industries. Biodiversity doesn’t follow political or national boundaries and the need for an organized approach to conservation as well as sustainable land use management was identified by WWF in the early nineties. Since then, WWF has been working to protect nature in Caucasus. In partnership with the governments of the region and international donors, WWF has succeeded to strengthen and expand the network of protected areas in Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan to a total o...

June 1, 2016

The Regional Management Board is main decision-making body of the Eco-Corridors Fund (ECF). The board is comprised of the senior management of the WWF Caucasus regional and national offices. The first formal meeting of the board was held on June 1, 2016 in Kachreti, Georgia in conjunction with the ECF regional workshop dedicated to reviewing the results of habitat suitability analysis and community engagement activities. Reviewing these results lead to the selection of the priority intervention areas for ECF within each pilot corridor.

The Regional Manageme...

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Eco-Corridors Fund

ECF is a financial instrument aimed to preserve large, sustainably used landscapes that connect various

protected areas in the Southern Caucasus.