Projects by Year

Projects by year

Prabin Bhusal

Nepal

This project promotes agroforestry practices in public land for biodiversity conservation, livelihood support, and mitigation of north-south conflict on forest use. It will emphasize the positive effects that public land management can bring to the southern community from the Terai region of Nepal, far from the forest, near the Indian border.
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Prince Kaleme

Congo (Kinshasa)

Mount Hoyo is a Forest Reserve, gazetted in 1947 by decree No 74 of 28 February 1947, modified by the decree No 318/Agri. of 14 October 1947. It is located 113 km on the road Beni - Bunia, in Irumu Municipality, Ituri Province. It is managed by the Congolese Institute for Nature Conservation (ICCN). It is home to caves where bats roost.
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Priscilla Petrazzini

Brazil

According to IUCN, the giant anteater is a vulnerable species. The intense deforestation of the Brazilian savanna affects the species that is severely threatened by the loss of its habitat.
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Rachel Ikemeh

Nigeria

On a global scale, primates have been recognized as the most threatened group of large mammals with 62% of species and subspecies classified as threatened, whereas, 56% of the 179 primates assessed for mainland Africa are threatened (Estrada et al. 2017).
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Rajabu Mapunda

Tanzania

The population of bird pollinators are drastically declining due to forest fragmentation but their roles and contribution in pollination are not well understood to encourage their conservation. The Eastern Arc Mountain hotspot is one of the most endangered biodiversity hotspots in the world.
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Ram Mohan

India

India’s most widespread ecosystems, the grassland and scrubland habitats and the many threatened species of fauna dependent upon them are under severe threat from unplanned infrastructural and agricultural development, and thus ecological monitoring and educating the dependent communities is the need of the hour.
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Rama Mishra

Nepal

In Nepal, wild Elephants are confined in narrow strip of highly fragmented Siwalik/Terai forests in four subpopulations. One of the sub-populations in eastern Nepal includes 15-20 resident and ~100 migratory elephants. Human density is also relatively high in this region (434/km2; CBS, 2011). Thus, Eastern Nepal is hotspot for the human-elephant conflict.
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Ransford Kofi Agyei

Ghana

Hippopotamus population in West Africa have been identified to be of the highest level of risk due to severely fragmented population, distribution and high frequency of Hippo-human conflicts (Lewison & Pluháček, 2017). Quite recently, the species has been reported extinct in some African Countries including Liberia (Lewison & Pluháček, 2017).
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Raphaël Reinegger

Mauritius

The Mauritian flying fox Pteropus niger is the last animal that disperses large seeded plants and plays a crucial role in forest regeneration and maintenance. Mauritius has lost 98% of its original forest cover and the remaining native plants survive in isolated forest patches usually located on mountain slopes.
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Ravinder Kaur Kirpal Singh

Malaysia

There are eight species of hornbills in the Lower Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary. Kinabatangan is located in the Eastern side of the Malaysian Bornean state of Sabah, this area is known internationally for its biodiversity. The project site covers 27,960 hectares. The sanctuary was officially gazetted as a Wildlife Sanctuary by the Sabah State government in 2005.
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