The Balkan Anti-Poisoning Project is a cross-border initiative bringing together wildlife conservation organisations, governmental agencies and other stakeholder such as; hunting associations, farmers and scientists, in five Balkan countries to tackle illegal wildlife poisoning.
Working in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece and Macedonia (FYR) we are leading establishment of National Anti-poison Working Groups in each country working with national partners with the aim of producing a National Anti-Poison Roadmap. These Roadmaps will provide the foundation for future work combating the use of poison and prevent the illegal killing of wildlife and protect vultures.
Implementation period: 2018 to 2020
Implementation area: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece and Macedonia (FYR)
Working with national partners in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece and Macedonia (FYR) we have been coordinating meetings with stakeholders. For full reports of each of these meetings you can download the meeting reports below.