Projects by Year

Projects by year

Thuy Linh Nguyen


Dong Nai Nature reserve is having one of the two most viable Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) population in Vietnam. However, due to the increasing agriculture encroachment, hunting, wildlife trade, and intensified the wildlife-human conflict, 40% of elephant in the reserve were illegally killed in last 10 years.
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Tigran Ghrejyan


The project is dedicated to Armenian taxa of ground-beetles of Procerus (Carabidae). Representatives of Procerus are among the most beautiful and vulnerable wingless and narrowly distributed beetles of Carabidae, presented in the country by several taxa of specific and subspecific level.
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Trisha Gupta


Sea snakes (Hydrophiinae) are a group of marine reptiles comprising of about 70 species worldwide that have adapted to a completely aquatic life. These animals are frequently caught as bycatch in tropical fishing nets, particularly in trawlers. Having no commercial value, sea snakes are usually discarded, however a large number are killed during the fishing process.
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Tsetagho Guilain


Mount Manengouba is a volcanic mountain with forest harbouring exceptional endemic biodiversity, leading it to be ranked among the highest conservation priorities in Central Africa. According to Fotso et al.
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Umer Ayyaz Aslam Sheikh


Project will be conducted in Himalayan range of Sakardu, Pakistan. Sakardu is lie between 35°17'60.00" and N 75°36'59.99" E, and its altitude is about 2,500 metres (8,202 feet). It lies in Himalayan range of Pakistan. The following activities will be performed during the period of this project. Activities:
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Upendo Msalilwa


The African baobabs are a keystone species with ecological significance as they provide important ecosystem services. The baobab is extremely important to humans and animals in the dry areas of Africa because it offers shelter, a source of nutrition, clothing as well as raw material for many useful items. Baobab tree has multi-purpose uses and every part of the plant is reported to be useful.
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Veronarindra Ramananjato


This project finds its rationale in the lack of investigation on the effectiveness of the seed dispersal by small-bodied nocturnal and omnivorous species, the mouse lemurs’ potential in maintaining habitat heterogeneity and diversity by occurring in both intact and disturbed forests, their influence both animal and plant communities by being at an intermediate level of the food chain, as well as t
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Veryl Achieng


Lake Kanyaboli is the second largest ox-bow lake in Africa, and has a mean depth of 3m and covers a total area of 1,500 Ha. It is one of the most important riparian satellite lakes around the Lake Victoria Basin. L. Kanyaboli is part of Yala Swamp, which forms the mouth of both Rivers Nzoia and Yala.
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Vestine Ingabire


P. africana has a wide distribution in Afromontane areas where it provides multiple uses for people. Now days, P. africana is declining from its natural range in some countries and it is listed as Vulnerable by International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN 2016).This has prompted many studies to seek to track changes in the species’ abundance over time.
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Viktoriia Ivanets


Biosphere Reserve is a valuable natural area that has received UNESCO certificate. According to this decision, the cultural and natural heritage is protected on the territory. The Desnyansky Biosphere Reserve located in the northeast part of Ukraine in the Sumy and Chernihiv regions along the Desna River.
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