NACSO - the Namibian Association of Community-Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) Support Organizations
NACSO represents 12 Namibian NGOs involved in community-based natural resource management.
Representatives of Mobile Peoples attending the IUCN World Parks Congress in Durban 2003
A key outcome of the WPC was the adoption of Recommendation 5.27 Mobile Indigenous Peoples and Conservation [ADD link].
Quechua-Aymara Association for Sustainable Livelihoods (28 July 2004)
We endorse and fully support the Dana Declaration. (28 July 2004)
I fully support the Dana Declaration. As a former chair and now member of the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas, I believe the Declaration sets out in succint form how the interests of indigenous mobile peoples and those of conservation and protected areas can be reconciled to mutual benefit. (28 July 2004)
I hereby endorse the Dana Declaration and its commitment to safeguard the rights and interests of mobile peoples. (2 August 2004)
I fully agree with, support and endorse the statements reported in the Dana Declaration. (5 August 2004)
The World Alliance of Mobile Indigenous Peoples (WAMIP)
The World Alliance of Mobile Indigenous Peoples fully support and endorse the Dana Declaration for the protection of the rights of all mobile indigenous peoples. (11 August 2004)
I fully endorse the Dana Declaration. (1 September 2004)
Boku Tache Dida
I am actually very thankful to those of you who produced the Dana Declaration as it is quite an important achievement for mobile peoples. Among other things, the Dana Declaration was precursor for the establishment of WAMIP needless to say. Therefore, I fully endorse Dana Declaration. (3 September 2004)
The Dana Declaration is fully endorsed by INSIGHT, an organisation working to enable Mobile communities around the world to communicate their ideas and perspective directly to policy and decision makers using participatory video techniques. (24 September 2004)
Dana and Qadisiyal local community Cooperative
We ,Dana and Qadisiyal local community Cooperative,as local community NGO fully support and endorse Dana declaration. We believe that "Dana Declaration" is away of protecting the local communities when tackling protection of nature.Their right to be fully involved in their concerned issues planning and management is essential. We thank all those who payed efforts to this declaration and those who believe in it and would do their best to realize it everywhere they can! (14 February 2005)
The Declaration would further the long cherished goal of helping the mainstreaming of indigenous communities in the developed societies. New platforms and initiatives should be ensured to help transfer the rich ethno-botanical knowledge resources to the community knowledge repositories and formalise the systems for ensuring sustainable development interventions in modern societies. This would also help the humanity in realising that the indigenous communities are very much part of the society and life as much as we are.
(29 August 2005)
Representatives attending the Vth World Conservation Congress in Barcelona 2008
The Dana Declaration was formally endorsed at the Vth IUCN World Conservation Congress in Barcelona in October 2008