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News from our Partner, East Asian-Australasian Flyway (EAAFP)

East Asian-Australasian Flyway: Ramsar Regional Center partnership and Jennifer George's Appointment Strengthen the Pursuit of Protecting Migratory Waterbirds and their Habitats

Congratulations to the EAAFP on the exciting news of the RRC-EA joining as its 40th Partner. This milestone achievement is a testament to both organizations' remarkable efforts and dedication in conserving migratory waterbirds and their habitats along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway.

Since 2016, HSF has been an invaluable partner to the EAAFP, working hand in hand to promote environmental sustainability and the protection of the region's vital ecosystems.

We would also like to extend our warmest congratulations to Ms. Jennifer George from New Zealand on her appointment to lead the EAAFP's mission. Ms. George is a performance-driven professional with extensive experience in the fields of law, government, education, business development, and non-profit organizations. Her expertise and passion for the conservation of migratory waterbirds will undoubtedly contribute to the ongoing success of the partnership. We commend Ms. George for taking on this crucial role and wish her the very best in her endeavors.

As we face ever-increasing challenges in safeguarding our natural heritage, partnerships like the one between the EAAFP and the RRC-EA serve as beacons of hope. Your joint efforts inspire others and set an example for international cooperation in the pursuit of environmental conservation.

Once again, congratulations to the EAAFP on this new partnership with the RRC-EA, and to Ms. Jennifer George on her appointment. May your continued dedication and collaborative efforts lead to even more significant achievements in the future.