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BirdLife International in Indochina works to promote conservation in the Kingdom of Cambodia, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, the Union of Myanmar and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. BirdLife International took the step of establishing an Indochina programme as a means to address global conservation priorities in a region lacking indigenous civil society. Our name was chosen to reflect the biogeographic region we cover which is the Indochinese peninsula, sometimes now also called the Greater Mekong Region.

BirdLife Partners each year directly involve over 4 million children in conservation education activities

BirdLife demonstrated the intimate link between biodiversity conservation and poverty reduction through community centred projects at Important Bird Areas

3/4 of threatened bird species on oceanic islands are affected by invasive species

National IBA books have been published in local languages in more than 40 countries, and made available to conservationists, politicians and concerned local people

Access to nature and green spaces improves people’s physical and mental health, makes communities more attractive, and often contributes to local regeneration

Bar tailed Godwit travel 11,000km across the Pacific Ocean the longest non stop journey ever recorded for a bird

800,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions are to be avoided through forest protection in Paraguay

“It is fair to say that without the BirdLife IBA project tens of thousands of people in the Caribbean would not have been exposed to bird and site conservation issues”

Shared responsibilities/Sharing is caring: 99% of countries and territories worldwide support at least one globally threatened bird species

BirdLife coordinated the Migratory Birds Committee, which fostered cooperation between countries, enabling affluent European countries where the birds breed to provide funding and expertise to poorer African countries with important passage and wintering

Due to BirdLife capacity building, four of the six BirdLife Partners in the tropical Pacific now have the technical knowledge, experience and support networks to undertake restoration of important islands

10,985 BirdLife Important Bird Areas (IBAs) have been created in over 200 countries and territories, with over 2000 Local Conservation Groups protecting “their” IBAs

No boundaries: from pole to pole, a staggering eighty thousand kilometres round trip is the migration that Arctic Ternsmakeevery year

BirdLife inspired mitigation measures have been shown to reduce long lining seabird bycatch by an average of 80%

The BirdLife Partnership owns or manages more than one million hectares of nature reserves in 25 countries (that’s equivalent to a third of the size of Belgium)

Locally, people take pride in their wildlife, especially if it is unique, and connections with nature are an important part of culture and identity

When complete, the global network of Important Bird Areas is likely to comprise around 15,000 IBAs covering 7% of the world land surface (equivalent to the size of Europe!)

1,200 volunteers and a network of volunteer coordinators invested 30,000 hours in fieldwork for SEO/BirdLife’s Atlas of Wintering Birds in Spain

The BirdLife Partnership’s programmes and projects rely on a global budget of over US$500 million

The BirdLife Partnership owns or manages more than one million hectares of nature reserves in 25 countries

BirdLife inspired mitigation measures have been shown to reduce long lining seabird bycatch by an average of 80%
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