- New policy brief about the future of Lake Tanganyika's fisheries (DR Congo) [posted on: 24/11/2020]
- Letter to Science: "EcoHealth reframing of disease monitoring" [posted on: 16/11/2020]
- Publication of "Exploring the bushmeat market in Brussels, Belgium: a clandestine luxury business" [posted on: 12/11/2020]
- "Local perceptions on the state of the pelagic fisheries and fisheries management in Uvira, Lake Tanganyika, DR Congo" is now available [posted on: 03/11/2020]
- New lexicon on Ruvubu National Park's habitats (Burundi) [posted on: 24/09/2020]
CEBioS stands for ‘Capacities for Biodiversity and Sustainable Development’.
CEBioS is a programme of the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS), where it belongs to the Operational Directorate ‘Nature’. CEBioS is part of the ‘BIOPOLS’ group and is closely associated with the Belgian Focal Point to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD).
The CEBioS programme carries out capacity building for partners of the Belgian cooperation in the field of biodiversity conservation and sustainable management linked to poverty eradication. It works in the framework of international obligations of Belgium under the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and the Belgian biodiversity strategy 2020.
The CEBioS programme is financed by the Directorate-General for Development Cooperation (DGD) through a protocol of cooperation between the Ministry of development cooperation and the Ministry of science policy.
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