|Dr. Chris Brown explaining the delineation of the proposed RAMSAR site in the lower Kavango (Mahangu Game Reserve)|
Mr. P. Steyn, regional head of the Ministry of Environment and Tourism convened a meeting at Mahangu Game Reserve scheduled for 14:00 pm with all relevant stakeholders to discuss the proposed RAMSAR site in the lower Kavango river basin within Namibia. The site will fall within the boundaries of the Mahangu Game Reserve.
|Lodge owners attending the meeting|
Dr. Peter Tarr, Dr. Chris Brown and Brian Jones from Southern African Institute for Environmental Assessment (SAIEA) addressed the audience on the proposed site as well as the proposed integrated multi-stakeholder management plan for the sustainable management of the site.
Stakeholders that were consulted include the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (represented by Mr. Burger: Deputy Director Inland Aquaculture), lodge owners, Ministry of Environment and Tourism staff at Mahangu as well as the Traditional authority at Kamutjonga.
|Delineation of the proposed RAMSAR site in the lower Kavango: Mahango Game Reserve|
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The meeting ended 17:00 pm