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Advancing Cooperative Biodiversity Conservation in Kazakhstan’s Dzungaria Ecological Corridor
Grantee Name: 
Association for the Conservation of Biodiversity of Kazakhstan
HOTSPOT
Mountains of Central Asia
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$149,254
DATES
Feb 2021
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Jan 2023
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Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Mountains of Central Asia
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$149,254
DATES
Feb 2021
-
Jan 2023

Promote the conservation of the endangered Semirechensk Salamander in Kazakhstan. Strengthen the management of the Koksu State Nature Sanctuary and nearby nature reserves, work with a hunting concession bordering Koksu, and promote improved pasture management practices by nearby communities. This will improve the freshwater habitat of the salamander.

Strategic Direction: 1 Address threats to priority species