BIOPAMA involves a variety of conservation practitioners, scientists, academia, local communities, civil organizations, governmental and inter-governmental staff from the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific countries but also global. A core team of 20-30 professionals is directly involved in the programme’s implementation.
San Pedro de Montes de Oca, Los Yoses, del Automercado 50 metros Sur,
Apartado Postal 0146-2150, San José, Costa Rica
Cave Hill Campus St Michael, University Rd, Bridgetown, Barbados
01 BP 1618, 01 Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
20818 BP, Yaoundé Cameroun
Wasaa Conservation Centre, Mukoma Road (off Magadi Road, City Square), P. O Box 68200, 200, Nairobi, Kenya
5 Ma'afu Street, Private Mail Bag, Suva, Fiji
PO Box 240, Apia, Samoa
The BIOPAMA community on Yammer has currently 700 members and it is growing. It is open to all who have an interest in biodiversity and protected area management, especially in the African, Caribbean and Pacific regions.
The Reference Information Systems (RIS) is a tool that gathers in one place the information from the many knowledge products, projects, databases on protected areas, species and related information, in addition to the data uploaded, created and generated by the users themselves. This information can be used to support decision making for planning, designating and managing protected areas. The regional versions of the RIS are key features of the BIOPAMA Observatories for protected areas and biodiversity established in the African, Caribbean and Pacific countries.