Neil Furey

Capacity-Building for Conservation of Cave-Dwelling Bats in Cambodia

As cave biodiversity in Cambodia is poorly documented and heavily threatened, this project will undertake cave surveys and capacity-building activities to: a) identify key sites for Cambodian cave biodiversity, b) develop public awareness and capacity for its management, and c) produce a national status review advocating its conservation.

Nadine Ruppert

Spatial and Temporal Use of Oil Palm Plantations by Wild Macaca Nemestrina and its Implication for Mitigating Human-Wildlife Conflicts

This project is aimed at studying the impact of wild pig-tailed macaques on the monthly oil palm harvest and at raising awareness amongst farmers to avoid human-wildlife conflicts.

Uttam Babu Shrestha

Tragedy to Triumph: Understanding the Role of Community Institutions for Sustainable Management of Chinese Caterpillar Fungus

This research aims to understand the role of community-based institutions for sustainable management of Chinese Caterpillar fungus, a common pool resource using the social-ecological system (SES) framework

Nha Pham Van

Conservation of Bats in Ha Long Bay – A World Heritage Site, Quang Ninh Province, Northeastern Vietnam

The aims are:
  • Assessments of bat diversity and conservation status of each species within Ha Long Bay;
  • Initiation of bat conservation through different programmes.
  • Utpal Smart

    Inventory and Diversity Assessment of the Herpetofauna of Gunung Leuser National Park, Sumatra

    Situated on the northern tip of Sumatra, the Leuser Ecosystem is an area of global importance to the conservation of biodiversity. Within this ecosystem lies Gunung Leuser National Park (GLNP), known for its high diversity in birds and mammals. However we know surprisingly little about its herpetofauna; to better estimate species diversity we propose to carry out a herpetofaunal inventory in GLNP.

    Chloe Hunt

    Maintaining Momentum and Expansion of the Green Fins Approach

    This project aims to effect change within the diving industry and among local communities through the implementation of the Green Fins approach, a tool for supporting adoption and implementation of best practice for the protection of coral reefs.

    Heng Hong

    Giant Ibis and White-Shouldered Ibis Endangered Species Conservation using Conduct Code and Field Patrolling in Lumphat Wildlife Sanctuary, Rattana kiri Province, Cambodia

    The project's aim is to conserve Giant Ibis and White-Shouldered Ibis in Indigenous Ourey Community Protected Area as a part of Lumphat Wildlife Sanctuary resources for improving the ecology health and keeping history of bird habitat.

    Arjun Thapa

    Strengthening Community Participatory Red Panda Conservation and Monitoring Program in Gaurishankar Conservation Area, Central Nepal

    Main aim of project is to address prevailing threats of red panda through establishment of community participatory monitoring and conservation activities, and promote areas as ecotourism destination for livelihood enhancement.

    Anaïs Tritto

    Conservation of the Endemic Javan Green Magpie (Cissa thalassina): Habitat Survey in Search of Remaining Wild Populations

    This project aims to search for remaining wild populations of the Critically Endangered Javan Green Magpie. Once a site will be discovered, Education and Awareness Programme will start to prevent poaching of the last populations in Java.

    Abu Kibria

    Ecosystem Services in Biodiversity Conservation and Human Wellbeing: Evidence from Veun Sai-Siem Pang Conservation Area, Cambodia

    This study is designed to estimate the value of major ecosystem services (ESS) of conservation forest in Cambodia and explore the effects of ESS on community wellbeing and forest conservation.