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Associate Professor, Universidade Eduardo Mondlane (Mozambique)
Salomão Bandeira holds a PhD from Gothenburg University (Sweden), currently Associate Professor at UEM, Mozambique and was visiting to University of Cape Verde PhD program (2014-2017).
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The overall responsibility of the Regional Task Force for Critical Habitats (RTF-CH) is to support the PMU in the effective implementation of activities defined in Component A of the Programme, while specific responsibilities will include:
§ Support the review of concepts and proposals submitted to the PMU for funding including giving technical support for the improvement of proposals considered viable for funding;
§ To provide a mechanism for exchange of information and experience on critical habitats management activities, including overseeing the implementation of in-country interventions in target countries;
§ Provide guidance on the criteria for the selection and implementation of in-country interventions on the restoration of coastal and marine ecosystem;
§ Identify, review and propose ways of strengthening regional/national public-private partnerships in the management of critical habitats;
Ruby Moothien Pillay, Chiranjiwa Naidoo Paupiah, Salomao Bandeira, Marcos Pereira, Jacqueline Uku, James G. Kairo, David Obura, Nirinarisoa Lantoasinoro Ranivoarivelo, Gildas Georges Boleslas Todinanahary, Ahmed Mohamed Nadjim, Ahmed Abdoulkarim, Zamil Maturaf Maanfou, Ian Gerard Charlette, Jude Bijoux, Blandina Lugendo, Saleh Yahya, Mwita Mangora, Anusha Rajikaran
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The northern half of the Northern Mozambique Channel (NMC) extends northwards from the narrowest part of the channel between Madagascar and Mozambique, at about 17°S (Fig. 4.1). The Aldabra group of islands lies just to the north, at about 9°S, but the precise northern limit is not clear and is operationally set to include Mafia Island in central Tanzania at about 7°S. It is bounded by northwest Madagascar, northern Mozambique, and southern Tanzania, with the Comoro archipelago at its heart.