Biodinâmica at the Biofund event!

His Excellency Hon. President of the Republic of Mozambique Filipe Nyusi opened the launch event of Biofund, at which Biodinâmica participated with a booth together with its partner company Creocean.

In the past 10th to June 12th 2015 the Biofund launch event was held at Complexo Pedagógico of UEM (Maputo).

The event was inaugurated by His Excellency Hon. President of the Republic of Mozambique Filipe Nyusi on June 10, who spent about an hour and a half visiting the exhibition and speaking about the biodiversity strategy for Mozambique, thus showing a great commitment of the Government on this issue, which left all participants thrilled and very excited about the future of nature conservation in the country.

The Forum “Conservation as Pilar Development” was held on the 11th and was attended by over 15 speakers from institutions such as the BIOFUND, ANAC, UNEP, WWF, EMU, World Bank, IFC, WCS, FFI, FUNBIO, KfW, CHALK, Conservation International Global Conservation Fund, Afd and UNDP.

The Exhibition-Fair “Partnerships for Conservation in Mozambique” was held simultaneously with the other activities. Numerous visitors, including students from various schools, attended it. In the exhibition, in addition to Biodinâmica and its partner Creocean, who shared a stand, entities such as the CDS-Coastal Zones, Gorongosa National Park, Limpopo National Park, Bazaruto National Park, ANAC, MOZBIO, Biological Sciences Department of UEM, UEM Biological Station of Inhaca, RARE, Phytotrade, Carnivora Project, Covane Community Lodge, Fundação Joaquim Chissano & Peace Parks Foundation, WWF, MICAIA Foundation, The Lost Mountain Project were also represented.

The event was a success and undoubtedly a giant step for Mozambique to Mozambique’s sustainable growth. Biodinâmica is a partner in this path, as its Mission and Vision demonstrate it.

Biodinâmica Vision:

“To be a reference in Africa as a biodiversity consultancy firm and to help Mozambique implementing its economical activities in a sustainable manner, without compromising the health of its population, ecosystems and biodiversity.”