Identifying Key Issues for the Conservation of Sloth Bear (Melursus ursinus) in Rajnilgiri” Odisha, Eastern IndiaThe project’s main intentions are to identify the key issues of conflict arising due to the Rajnilgiri Sloth bear population and seek solutions by community participations for the co-existence of human and Sloth bear in a human dominated landscape.
Assessment of High Conservation Values in the COPAL Community Forest for Sustainable Adaptive ManagementProject aimed to identify and delineate areas of high ecological and socio-cultural values in view of enhancing local capacity for responsible management and sound policy development.
Enhancing Waste Disposal Practices And Education For Lake Bosomtwe Visitors And CommunitiesThe project aims for sustainable management of lake Bosomtwe by enhancing waste disposal practices and education for lake bosomtwe visitors and communities. Practical ground based activities involving provision of dustbins, tricycle, appropriate waste dumps (for waste management) and Conservation education, capacity building and public awareness for both lake visitors and community members are envisaged for addressing the project objectives.
Watershed Conservation in Cuba: Bio-monitoring, Training and Environmental Education IIIAims in this stage are to increase the watersheds conservation actions (e.g. Recovery Forests and Participatory Biomonitoring) in several basins of SMMR through of the integration of several institutions with the communities.
Promoting Participatory Forest Management to Conserve Mau Forest ComplexTo develop a forest management plan that will enable the local community (community forest association) and government of Kenya through Kenya Forest Service (KFS) to enter formal agreement on how to share responsibilities, roles and benefits for conserving the forest reserve.
Community Based Volunteer Management to Mitigate Human Tiger Conflict in Bangladesh SundarbansThe project aims are to understand the motivation of the community based volunteers that encouraged them to work voluntarily, as well as their management process so that we can develop a holistic volunteer management strategy for a human wildlife conflict zone.
Seblat Conservation Camera Trap ProjectThe project will provide a better understanding about the biodiversity of the 8.000 hectare large conservation forest area in Seblat, north Bengkulu. Providing data in the form of the remaining populations of wildlife.
The Establishment of the Harurarumu Forest Community Conservation AreaTo achieve increased community knowledge and awareness in relation to the environment and to facilitate the training of local rangers that have greater in-depth knowledge and skills in relation to biodiversity and conservation.
Living with Elephants: Promoting Human-Elephant Coexistence Measures with Community Participation in a Plantation-Forest Landscape of the Anamalai HillsPromoting human-elephant coexistence by strengthening and implanting innovative early warning systems through local people participation and understanding efficacy of systems to deal with human-elephant conflicts in the Anamalai hills.
Assessment of Benefits and Evaluation of Ecosystem Services in Langtang National Park, NepalThis project aims to assess the benefit, identify key ecosystem services and valuation of ecosystem services in Langtang National Park, Nepal.