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Developing an Internet-Based Networking Portal for Invasive Species Practitioners in the Caribbean
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Auckland UniServices Limited
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Upgrade the Caribbean Invasive Alien Species Network (CIASNET) website in order to facilitate access to information on invasive alien species in the Caribbean Islands Hotspot. The tri-lingual website will contain a registry of invasive species practitioners, a hub for information exchange and networking, and a repository for documents. This grant builds on similar efforts through the Pacific Invasive Learning Network (PILN) and complements a CEPF grant to CAB International.

Strategic Direction: 3 Support Caribbean civil society to achieve biodiversity conservation by building local and regional institutional capacity and by fostering stakeholder collaboration