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The Sahelo-Saharan Interest Group
SSIG goals

SCF is committed to maintaining the unique role that SSIG plays as a forum for people to meet, network, share information and build strong partnerships for Sahelo-Saharan conservation. If you are interested in being part of the group, contact SCF today.

Annual meetings

The Sahelo-Saharan Interest Group (SSIG) was established in 2000 to bring together people and institutions working on the conservation of Sahelo-Saharan wildlife. Group meetings have been held annually in :

  • Almería, Spain (2001)
  • Bratislava, Slovakia (2002)
  • Agadir, Morocco (2003)
  • Souss, Tunisia (2004)
  • La Haute Touche, France (2005)
  • Douz, Tunisia (2006)
  • Hanover, Germany (2007)
  • Al Ain, United Arab Emirates (2008)
  • Marwell Wildlife, UK (2009)
  • Algiers, Algeria (2010)
  • Almería, Spain (2011)
  • London, United Kingdom (2012)
  • Agadir, Morocco (2013)

SSIG proceedings and photos can found on the SCF Resources pages as well as technical reports from missions sponsored by SSIG.

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