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  • The China Global Conservation Fund is advancing Conservancy projects in Indonesia and other countries all over the world.
  • For example, in Indonesia, the CGCF is advancing Conservancy work around Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).
  • MPAs help protect the resources that marine communities in Indonesia depend on for their livelihoods.
  • Conservancy scientists are helping local communities devise MPA plans so they protect the reefs and fisheries most in need of protection.
  • That way, fish stocks and coral reefs in Indonesia can recover and keep on providing for people and nature.
  • In Brazil and Peru, the CGCF will help indigenous groups protect the Amazon and species like this Tufted Capuchin.
  • We've been working with the Oiapoque people since 2001 to demonstrate how biodiversity conservation can work alongside economic, social, and cultural needs.
  • The CGCF will help further work with local communities and university researchers to keep river turtle populations stable.
  • In Africa, the CGCF will advance work being done to protect species like the endangered Hirola antelope in Kenya.
  • Africa and China might lie half a world away from each other, but, through the CGCF, they're pooling expertise and resources to confront the conservation challenges that affect us all.
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The China Global Conservation Fund is providing assistance to path-breaking conservation projects around the world.

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