Lake Simbi Nyaima Eco-Cultural Conservation Project The aim of the project is to mobilize the grass-root communities for the restoration, management and conservation of Lake Simbi Nyaima in Rachuonyo District, Kenya.
Biodiversity Conservation through Education Programs in the Kanakapura Region of South India.The project aims at building a strong environmental ethic through focused conservation education for the rural forest fringe communities of Banneraghatta National Park.
Mobilizing Local Communities for Conservation and Management of the Threatened Lake Natron Basin, TanzaniaThe project aims to support wetland conservation and the promotion of Maasai livelihoods through education and eco-cultural tourism.
Conservation Education Outreach Program with Community Self-help Component in Kisumu, Kenya – Using Existing Framework of Otter Clubs and Hippo Focus GroupOur project is designed to strengthen existing school-based conservation clubs located in communities on or near the shores of Lake Victoria using the spotted-necked otters, hippos, and fish fauna as focal ambassadors. The project contains a self-help component supporting the development of a local wetlands and hippo focus group designed to supplement fishermen’s incomes by taking tourists to view the wildlife.
Malawi – Increasing Environmental Education Opportunities for Local School Pupils at Lengwe National ParkThe aim of the project is to bring Lengwe NP Students Hostel back into full use, so up to 1000 local schoolchildren a year can stay in the park, learn about local wildlife and the importance of looking after our environment.
Children for Snow Leopards – Strengthening Conservation Education and Awareness in Rural Himalayan Schools to Aid Community-Based Wildlife Conservation Through a focused and systematic conservation education programme consisting of nature education camps and other outdoor activities targeting 30 schools (nearly 1,500 children and 50 teachers) in two important snow leopard habitats in the Indian Himalaya, we aim to improve their awareness and attitudes towards local wildlife, especially the endangered snow leopard and aid in its conservation.
Chyulu Hills Forest Rehabilitation through Participatory Learning in SchoolsThe aim of the project id to stop the degradation and deforestation of Chyulu forest and initiate a culture of environmental conservation across the generation stratum.
Mongolian Great Bustard Conservation ProjectThe aim of the project is to work within local communities to determine the best conservation practices for endangered populations of Asian Great Bustard (Otis tarda dybowskii).
Conservation and Education in Amazon CommunitiesThe project aims to strengthen community commitment to conservation through local participation in education and monitoring of aquatic resources.
Kalpavriksh Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary Environment Education ProgrammeThe project has two aims
i)To instill in the village school children the knowledge and appreciation of their rich natural biodiversity and to encourage them to understand the importance of harmonious co-existence between humans and wildlife.
ii)Spread awareness on the issues of wildlife and the sanctuary, and discuss possible solutions and planning steps for concrete action towards conservation with community participation