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  • Groups | DLIST Benguela
    Whether at the grassroots or ministerial level it is through discussion that we identify issues problems and solutions Discussion is what drives planning and the DLIST community which includes people at all tiers of society can contribute a great deal to the implementation of a comprehensive Strategic Action Plan for the BCLME region It is through discussion along the vertical axis that has community at one end and government at the other that we can ensure that the agendas of all parties receive attention when priorities are set and plans are agreed upon The aim is to develop mechanisms that will make top down bottom up interaction a common feature of planning for the future DLIST makes it possible for a wide range of people in the entire BCLME region to reach out to one another and to people in other parts of the world You can either take part in the open discussion forum under General discussion or you can have discussions about a specific topic within a dedicated group Share your ideas and experiences and contribute to the building of a future for our region and the people in it Group Description Manager Posts Members Join Link Stakeholder

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  • Groups | DLIST Benguela
    new account After you have successfully done so you will need to request membership again In order to join this group you must login or register a new account After you have successfully done so you will need to request membership again In order to join this group you must login or register a new account After you have successfully done so you will need to request membership again Groups My groups Groups Let s talk Discussion is central to finding lasting solutions for the sustainable development of our region Whether at the grassroots or ministerial level it is through discussion that we identify issues problems and solutions Discussion is what drives planning and the DLIST community which includes people at all tiers of society can contribute a great deal to the implementation of a comprehensive Strategic Action Plan for the BCLME region It is through discussion along the vertical axis that has community at one end and government at the other that we can ensure that the agendas of all parties receive attention when priorities are set and plans are agreed upon The aim is to develop mechanisms that will make top down bottom up interaction a common feature of planning for the future DLIST makes it possible for a wide range of people in the entire BCLME region to reach out to one another and to people in other parts of the world You can either take part in the open discussion forum under General discussion or you can have discussions about a specific topic within a dedicated group Share your ideas and experiences and contribute to the building of a future for our region and the people in it Group Description Manager Posts Members Join Link EcoAfrica DLIST BCLME EcoAfrica DLIST BCLME is a group of DLIST

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  • Stakeholder Participation Portuguese | DLIST Benguela
    order to join this group you must login or register a new account After you have successfully done so you will need to request membership again In order to join this group you must login or register a new account After you have successfully done so you will need to request membership again In order to join this group you must login or register a new account After you have

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  • Módulo 1: Introdução à Participação de Grupos de Interesse | DLIST Benguela
    gostaria apenas de confirmar que estamos todos na mesma página Nesta primeira semana iremos discutir o Módulo 1 Introdução à Participação de Grupos de Interesse Este módulo irá apresentar os conceitos que serão tratados mais detalhadamente nos módulos subsequentes Darei vos tempo hoje e amanhã para fazer o download lerem e refletirem sobre o material que está disponível nos recursos do grupo mas que também irei enviar por email Poderão encontrar o modulo neste link http www dlist benguela org courses m C3 B3dulo 1 introdu C3 A7 C3 A3o Amanhã uma vez que todos os participantes tenham lido o material iremos discutir juntos algumas questões importantes Neste módulo irão aprender que embora não haja nenhuma fórmula definida para envolver o público e as partes interessadas existem no entanto orientações específicas que podem ser seguidas para facilitar a tomada de decisão inclusiva Poderão também notar que existem vários métodos de engajar as partes interessadas e que isto normalmente depende dos diferentes tamanho e tipos de projeto Portanto o importante é saber logo a partida o que é se pretende alcançar com o processo de participação das partes interessadas Alguns dos aspectos que serão discutidos durante o curso da semana 1 Quem são as partes interessadas 2 Os diferentes tipos de participação e qual é o melhor método para envolver as partes interessadas 3 Vossas experiências pessoais em processos de participação quer sejam oficinas ou até mesmo apenas inquéritos ou votação Houveram aspectos mais complicados ou frustrantes sentiu que a sua contribuição irá fazer diferença 4 A participação como um direito a quem cabe responsabilidade de realizar a participação das partes interessadas em que fase do projeto deve esta ser conduzida quais são os requisitos legais na África do Sul Namíbia Somália Quênia e internacionalmente Por ultimo estará também disponível no

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  • ricardo | DLIST Benguela
    Film Festival Discussion General discussions Show all groups Courses Cleaner Production Environmental Engineering Stakeholder Participation Stakeholder Participation Portuguese Contact us My Membership Log in Register an account View CMF ricardo Personal Information Name Ricardo Sector Private Sector Organisation EcoAfrica Environmental Consultants Position Managing Director of EcoAfrica Mozambique Interest in DLIST Rural coastal communities Sustainable development Renewable energy and alternative learning associations President of the Renewable Energy Association Mozambique AER Carbon

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  • Boas Vindas ao curso de Participação dos Grupos de Interesse, para um Futuro Melhor | DLIST Benguela
    curso poderá permitir que assuma um papel mais activo nos processos de tomada de decisão Muitos dos participantes provem de diferentes sectores campos de trabalho e grupos de interesse Portanto não temos dúvida que este curso irá levar a discussões interessantes visto que cada participante terá algo único para partilhar Espero que todos os seus objectivos pessoais e expectativas do curso sejam abordadas durante a duração do curso e faremos todo o esforço possível para solucionar qualquer obstáculo que possa surgir A maneira como o curso irá decorrer será muito simples 1 Iremos abordar um módulo por semana 2 Será enviado um e mail para cada um de vocês o material relevante para cada semana no início da semana 3 No decorrer da semana iremos discutir o conteúdo do módulo responder a perguntas e analisar o estudo de caso Todo este processo será feito através do fórum de discussão dedicado para este efeito e que enviará a informação automaticamente para todos os participantes do curso A interacção através do email e participação nas discussões é parte integrante do curso Caso tenha alguma dúvida sobre o uso do fórum de discussão ou quaisquer outros assuntos que não esteja a vontade em

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  • Resources for Stakeholder Participation Portuguese | DLIST Benguela
    information hub Burning issues Document library Image gallery Earthnotes Film Festival Discussion General discussions Show all groups Courses Cleaner Production Environmental Engineering Stakeholder Participation Stakeholder Participation Portuguese Contact us My Membership Log in Register an account Resources for Stakeholder Participation Portuguese The following resource pages or files have been uploaded to this group Stakeholder Participation Portuguese Group home You must register login in order to post into this group Group

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  • admin | DLIST Benguela
    Invertebrates Landscape Mariculture Mining Other People Plants Research Scenery Storms A poster on fish resources and fishing regulations at the Vilanculos airport A ship wreck in on the coast of Vilanculo Town Abalone Acropora Acropora coral African Penguins Afrikana Agression agriculture Agulhas Alexander Bay Alexander Bay gravel field Alexkor Alexkor diggers camp Algae Aloe Aloe dichotoma Aloe gariepensis Aloe pillansii Aloe striata Ambanizana Ambodiletra Ambodiletra Bay Ambodiletra community Ambodiletra school Ambriz Ambriz Cooperative Ambriz estuary Ambriz estuary mouth ambulance anchovies Andasibe Andasibe forest Anemone angler fish Angolan war Antananarivo Antelope Anthias fish aqua culture Aquaculture Archaeology architect Area 1 Aristea art art project artisanal fisheries Artisanal fishers ASCLME ASCLME National Focal Person Babiana Baboon troop bad road Baie d Antongile Baix d Antongile Bank cormorants Barra do Dande estuary Barracuda Baskets Bay d Antongile BBQ BCLME beach beach erosion beach sand beach shops beach tourism Beach tourists beach trade Beach View Beacon Bedrock Beetle Benguela Berg River Berg River Estuary Bicyles for rent biodiversity Bird hide Bird Island Birds bleached coral bleaching Bloeddrift Bloubergstrand Blue Bottle boat charter Boat excursions boat owners Boats Boegoeberg Bogenfels Botanic garden Boy boys Brain coral Brankaros Breeding Breeding islands Breviceps namaquensis building Buraco burning butterfly fish Bycatch cage Camel ridning Canning canoe Canoes Cape Cross Cape fur seal Cape Gannet Cape Point Cape Town Cape Town Harbour car Caterpillar Cattle Cave Centipede Cephalophylum Chacma baboon Chameleon changing rooms Chaplain Toto Chapmans Peak chicken Chicoreus ramosus child Child waiting for fish to be shared in Vilanculo district children Chilean Oysters Choir Chondrodactylus angulifer Chumbe Island Church Chwaka Bay clams Cloves Coast Coast care Coastal birds Coastal brids Coastal communities Coastal Dunes Coastal erosion Coastal Erosion in Vilanculos District Coastal forest Coastal pollution coastline cockles coco de mer Coconut crab coconuts Colonial building Communities sharing fish in front of a private house in Vilanculos community Community bungalows Community conservancy community conservation Community meeting Community member community members community tourism Community Traders community based tourism Communnity Comoros Compound construction containers Cooperatives Coral coral grouper coral reef coral reefs coral rubble Coraline algae Corals Cornellskop Côte d Or COTs COTs feeding scar Crab fishing Crabs Crassula columnaris Crassula elegans Crayfish Crayfish factory Cricket Crowned cormorant Crustaceans Cultural Landscape Curieuse Curieuse Island curio Cuttlefish cyclone damage dagaa dago Daisy damsel fish Dar es Salaam day trips day visits Dead coral dead fish dead mangroves dead turtle dema demonstration project demonstration site department of antiquities Deputy Minister destructive methods Development dhow Dhow sailing Dhows Diamond Diaz Point Diggers Camp dirty beach Divers diving DLIST DLIST courses DLIST demonstration site DLIST film festival DLIST meeting DLIST planning DLIST planning committee DLIST team Dolomite Donkey Cart Doring Bay drag net fishing drag netting Drag netting on the Vilanculos Coast Dragon Mountain Dried fish dried shrimps Dry fish drying drying octopus drying oven dumping Dune ant Dunes dynamite fishing Earth Notes Eastern Cape Ebenhaezer Ecoafrica ecotourism egg carrying females Eksteenfontein Elands Bay Elands Cave electricity generator Elizabeth Bay emperor snapper emperor snappers endangered species Endemic marine birds Environment environmental club Environmental Education Envrionment Committee Ericas erosion Estuary Euphorbia excursions Exposed coral reef False Bay Farid Anasse farming feeding Film festival filmfestival Fire coral fish Fish auction fish camp fish catch Fish caught by fishers in Vilanculos Fish Centre fish farming fish landing site fish market Fish Market Casa Lisboa fish nets fish trade fish trap Fisher and Fish trap Pemba Fisher in Zanzibar Fisher women Fisher Zanzibar fisheries fisherman Fishermen fishers Fishers cooperative fishers association fishing Fishing Association Fishing boat fishing boats Fishing net Flamingo Flood Flower Fog food food market food stall football for sale Fordhani Gardens freezers Frog Frog fish Fruit fruits Fryer Fuel leakages Fumba Fynbos game fishing Gannets Gans Bay Factory Gazi Gecko Ghost crab Giant tortoise Girl girls Goats Govur River GPS Grand Comoros grandaughter Grandmother Granite rocks Grasshopper Grave Gravel fields grazing green turtle Green turtles Grey reef shark Groen Rivier Groen Spoeg groupers Guano guesthouse Halfmens Hamburg Hamburg Mayor Hamburg Nature Reserve Hamburg Nature Reserve office Hamburg river mouth handicraft harbour harvesting hatchling hats Helskloof heritage Heritage Site Hermannia stricta Herrera elongata hijacked historical site HMS Hoanie Hobyo district Hondeklip Bay Hoodia alstonii Hoodia gordonii Hospital Hotel du Centre house house construction Hout Bay hut illegal dumping Illegal fishing Illegal shells Indian Ocean Walkman Indigenous knowledge Indri informal settlement information board information collection Insect Intertidal intertidal area interviews invertebrate collection isiXhosa island islands Itsamia Jackal Jackass JAMABECO Jambiani Jomo Kenyatta Public Beach juvenile Juvenile fish juvenile prawns Kai Kai Kamieskroom Karel Bakker Keiskamma River Keiskamma Trust Kelp Kendwa Kenya Kirstenbosch Kirstenbosch gardens Knysna estuary Kombe Kosi Bay Kuboes Kuboes graves Kuboes mountains Kuboes plantation Kuboes road Kuiseb Kuiseb River Kwanza Kwanza estuary Lagoon lagoon of Ambodiletra lake fishing Lamberts Bay lambis sp Land Mine Landing Landscape Langebaan Lagoon Larryleachia Le Morne Le Morne Brabant Le Morne Brabant mountain Leaf fish leaking chemicals Leatherback turtle lemur Lesser Flamingo Lichen fields Lichens Life guard Light house Limpets Lithops Lithops herrei litter Lobster local boats local canoe Local Councellor local fisheries Local fisherman local fishers local government local house local material local clothes local tourism local tourists Loggerhead turtle Longfin Batfish Longfin Tuna low tide Luanda Luanda harbour Luanda lagoon madagascar Mafia Island Magosteen Magrove Wood in Zanzibar Magrove Wood Zanzibar Mahe Malagas II Male baboon Malgas Malindi man Mangrove mangrove plantation mangroves Mantid Marine bird colony Marine birds Marine birds breeeding Marine Park Marine resources Marine traffic Marine turtles market Maroantsetra masoala Masoala Peninsula Matemwe mating Matjieshuis Mauritius Mauritius Scorpion fish meeting Milnerton beach Mine dump Mining Minister of Environment Ministry of Agriculture Miradouro da Lua Misali aerial Misali Coral Lagoon Misali Dry Fish Misali Fishers Misali hanging octopus Misali Island Mist Mnemba Mohéli Mohéli Marine Park Moheli Comoros Mombasa Monument Moroni Morus capensis mosque Mosquito net Moulting mountain Mozambique MPA mud houses mud hut Multi Purpose Resource Centre municipal bins Municipal reserve municipality Museum Mussels Nadgoni Nama Namaqualand Namas Namibia Namibian Coast Nara National Environment Office National

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