The Durrell Institute for Conservation and Ecology (DICE), in partnership with the Rufford Foundation, ran a two day conference from 8-9 January 2018 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The conference focussed on bringing together Rufford Small Grant (RSG) recipients from Southeast Asian countries to discuss their projects and share their challenges, successes, lessons learned and next steps whilst also providing an opportunity to form networks with other grant recipients.
Some 20 participants from six countries were selected with 16 participants in attendance. The conference was designed and run by Jeanne McKay (DICE Research Associate) and Matthew Linkie (WCS’s Terrestrial Director-Indonesia Programme) with the following aims:
• Provide a forum for RSG recipients to discuss ideas, challenges and issues, and create networking opportunities;
• Exchange knowledge, ideas, and experience in conducting conservation research and project management; and,
• Increase communication amongst RSG recipients.
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