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Conservation Assessment and Managment Plan for Threatened Sumatran Species and Red List Assessment of Threatened Reptiles and Freshwater Fish
Grantee Name: 
Conservation International-Indonesia
HOTSPOT
Sundaland
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$100,838
DATES
Jul 2002
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Nov 2003
Stats
Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Sundaland
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$100,838
DATES
Jul 2002
-
Nov 2003

Conduct a Red List assessment of fresh water fish and reptiles in Sumatra that have yet to be assessed. Work will be done with species experts to develop broad recommendations for research and management of these and other already assessed species to result in well-targeted activities to address threats affecting those species.

Strategic Direction: 4 Assess impact of conservation interventions at district level and below