CEC National Activators as of March 2010
02 March 2010 | News story
CEC has selected National Activators in several more regions: Eastern and Southern Africa, North Africa, Europe, South and South East Asia. Here is the complete list as of March 2010, including all CEC members who have accepted this volunteer position. Welcome!
CEC National Activators enhance Commission impact in their countries and regions. As national focal points, they work closely with the CEC Regional Vice-Chair. This position is a new element in our global governance structure.
Commission members are invited to contact the CEC National Activator in their country. Members are also invited to contact the CEC Regional Vice-Chair in their region.
Egypt - Manal Fawzy, firstname.lastname@example.org
South and South East Asia
Bhutan - Phuntsho Yonten, email@example.com
India – Janakaraj Murali, J.Murali@teri.res.in
Malaysia - Gary Lim Khaeril , firstname.lastname@example.org
Nepal – Mangal Man Shakya, email@example.com
Sri Lanka - Mr. Dharman Wickremaratne, firstname.lastname@example.org
Vietnam – Dinh Thi Minh Thu, email@example.com
The following National Activators were announced previously.
Argentina — Marta Andelman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bolivia — Mery Ruth Mariaca, email@example.com
Brazil — Suzana Padua, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chile — Gabriela Omegna, email@example.com
Colombia — Olga Bermudez, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ecuador — Cecilia Amaluisa, email@example.com
Perú — M. Sofia Brutton, firstname.lastname@example.org
Uruguay — Hernán Sorhuet, email@example.com
Venezuela — Alejandro Alvarez, firstname.lastname@example.org
Costa Rica — Alicia Jiménez, email@example.com
Cuba — Martha Roque Molina, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dominican Republic — Faustina Varela, email@example.com
Mexico — Maria Guadalupe Garibay, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicaragua — Maria Teresa Mariscal, email@example.com
West and Central Africa
Benin — Joséa Dossou-Bodjrenou, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cameroon — Jonas Kemajou Syapze, email@example.com
Democratic Republic of Congo — Naum Butoto, firstname.lastname@example.org
Gambia — Abdou Khadire Diop, email@example.com
Ghana — Ken Kinney, firstname.lastname@example.org
Guinea — Selly Camara, email@example.com
Guinea-Bissau — Nicolau Mendes, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mali — Alassane Ballo, email@example.com
Senegal — Abdou Khadire Diop, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sierra Leone — Joseph Rahall, email@example.com
Togo — Tsivanyo Mensah Todzro, firstname.lastname@example.org
Japan — Brendan Barrett, email@example.com
As national focal points, CEC National Activators will work closely with the CEC Regional Vice-Chairs. As volunteer members of CEC, they will lead, innovate and collaborate in the three broadly defined areas in our mandate:
- Facilitating the co-creation of sustainable solutions;
- Creating strategic communication platforms;
- Leveraging new learning for professional development.
National Activators will contribute to CEC commitments to delivering results to the IUCN 2009-2012 programme of work. They also will promote longstanding CEC commitments to advancing the international Conventions through Communication, Education, Participation and Awareness (CEPA); developing the World Conservation Learning Network (WCLN); and supporting the United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (UNDESD).