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Global Species Action Plan

A new website has recently been developed with tools and resources to assist governments and other stakeholders in the fight to protect endangered species and their habitats. In this blog post, we provide a few details about what it is and why it is...

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CAZ West Project Market Gardening at Schools

Last month we brought you an update on some of the activities being carried out as part of our current project in CAZ West in Madagascar, made possible with the support of The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund. Here we would like to explain in...

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CAZ West Project Update April 2024

For wildlife and habitat conservation to be successful it must be sustainable long-term. An important element in working towards this aim is recognising the needs of local people. Communities have always been at the heart of our projects in...

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Community Rangers in Java Put Training into Practice

Our team in Indonesia have created an amazing training schedule for the Community Ranger programme in Java. Twelve modules that include both classroom-style learning and practical follow-up sessions in the field cover a diverse range of topics.

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CAZ West Project Update Feb 2024

It has been a busy time during the first few months of our latest project in CAZ West, made possible with the support of The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund. The focus of this multi-year project is to build resilience in the local communities to...

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A New Project in Maevatanana/Ambato-Boeni, Madagascar

In common with many rural areas in Madagascar the local communities in the Maevatanana/Ambato-Boeni project area are highly dependent on natural resources for both food and income. In wetland areas this includes fishing. However, the range and...

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Early Results for the Demographic Study of Forest Elephants in Batéké Plateau National Park

Our first demographic study of African forest elephants in the Batéké Plateau National Park and its periphery, which has been made possible thanks to the support of the International Elephant Foundation, is recording key observations designed to...

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Valued Collaboration for Positive Conservation Outcomes

Successful conservation projects require a combination of numerous factors, and one of the most important is strong partnerships and effective collaboration. For our team in Madagascar, this is achieved at the project sites by working closely with...

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New Training Programme for Community Rangers Fighting Wildlife Crime in Java

Involving local communities in protecting wildlife and the vulnerable habitats on which they depend is an essential aspect of much of our work.

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Seaview Large-Scale Rescue Mission

Autumn 2021 saw our team partnering with Wild and Free Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, to help transfer a number of animals from Seaview Predator Park, near Port Elizabeth, which recently announced its closure until further notice. The closure...

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