Participation at the Cop 22

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The Rapad Morocco (Associative Network for Animal Welfare and Sustainable Development), announces its participation at the Cop 22, from November 07 to 18, 2016, in Marrakesh, in the “Green Zone”, dedicated to Civil Society.

Our presence in the stand “Fauna and Flora”, that we coordinate, aims to present the challenges posed by the Biodiversity Conservation and particularly the Animal, in its generality. This aspect often obscure in previous Cops, is for the first time, officially put forward.

Our mission, through our members and partners, is the defense of animal life in all its forms, taking into account the preservation of nature and environment.

Our role is to anchor our natural heritage in the sustainable development, through the commitment of policy and legislation, with the lively forces in Morocco and Africa, supported by the expertise of international Ngos.

Our wealth must be preserved for future generations. They hold a key role in sustainable development and represent a growth engine for our country and our continent.

Our vision is to unify the actions of all stakeholders by strengthening their reach, while contributing effectively to find practical and sustainable solutions to the problem of biodiversity, conservation and animal welfare.

It fits perfectly in the general principles of sustainable development and those of the National Charter for the Environment.

The RAPAD Morocco is based on a set of common values that can not be questioned. These values guide us, forming the basis of all our actions:

       “Responsibility / Respect / Team Spirit, Solidarity and Sharing”

Will be present throughout the Rapad Morocco: La Tribu des Écolos in Morocco;; The Gomac; ATOMM; Adan Morocco (Rabat, Tetouan, Casablanca, Essaouira, Nador, Fez, Mohammadia, El Jadida, Ouarzazate and Kenitra); Brighter Green – USA, PAAWA (Pan African Animal Welfare Alliance) – Africa.

Supported by: One Voice; Animal’s Angels; Animal People; World Animal Net.

The Rapad Morocco

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