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Field Trip Report: Integrated Protected Area Co-management (IPAC), Bangladesh

Megan Epler Wood Field Visit January 17- February 8, 2009

Preliminary Conclusions
This trip report’s goals are to review outcomes of meetings and field observations to provide a set of preliminary recommendations for IPAC project on development of community-based nature tourism in protected areas observed during field visit.
The observations can be broken down into short-term recommendations for IPAC and longer-term recommendations for IPAC and the nation of Bangladesh.

Download the full report EWI Field Trip Report Feb 09, written by Megan Epler Wood from EplerWood International .
This knowledge resource was provided by Robert T. Winterbottom,Chief of Party, International Resources Group (IRG) , Integrated Protected Area Co-management (IPAC) Project.

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