Over 330 projects have been financed since the launch of the Small-scale Initiatives Programme (PPI) in 2006 and the PPI OSCAN (North African civil society organisations) in 2014. The FFEM, IUCN French National Committee and IUCN Centre for Mediterranean Cooperation have worked together on an intersecting capitalisation exercise for the different experiences of the PPI and PPI OSCAN.
Read this brochure presenting the intersecting capitalisation of the two programmes supporting African civil society’s nature conservation efforts.
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