Projects by Year

Projects by year

Fredy Falconi


The loss and fragmentation of tropical forests, in addition to overhunting, is decimating the populations of numerous wild vertebrate species, including the Baird´s tapir (Tapirus bairdii) and the white-lipped peccary (Tayassu pecari).
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Gabriela Ochoa


In 2011 Honduras was declared a Shark Sanctuary by prohibiting all shark fishing. This legislation was partially repealed in 2016, to allow captures and commercialization of sharks in the Miskito Region. As a result, an artisanal fishery has emerged particularly in the Miskito Cays, that targets endangered hammerheads and other large bodied sharks to satisfy the demand for dry fish during Lent.
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Gaelle Ndayizeye


The project will be implemented in Kibira National Park, the second largest protected area in Burundi. It will last for 18 months.
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Gbewonmedea Hospice Dassou


In conservation science, in-situ conservation has been preferred to ex-situ conservation. However, when in-situ conditions are not suitable, ex-situ conservation becomes compulsory to save species. This is the case of Ipomoea beninensis Akoègninou, Lisowski & Sinsin (Convolvulaceae), one of the endemic species of Benin.
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Gerald Keneth Kaniaru


Securidaca longepedunculata Fresen. (Violet plant) is a shrub in the family Polygalaceae (Beentje, 1994). The species has been documented to have medicinal uses (Matthews, 1994). Its roots and bark are extracted and converted into powder form to treat chest pains, venereal diseases, and headaches by rubbing the powdered roots on the head and even infertility (Mongalo, et al., 2015).
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Gilson de Souza Ferreira Neto


Natural fluvial islands are regulated by an annual flood pulse, where most islands are completely inundated, with a variability of 10 meters (Junk et al. 2001). The input of sediments from Amazonian rivers acts in synchrony with annual phenological patterning of leaf and fruit production and environmental heterogeneity (Montero et al.
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Gudryan Baronio


Fire events exhibit variability in frequency and intensity according to the characteristics of each environment. Thus, not only the occurrence of fire but its qualitative parameters have a significant influence on the structure, composition, and diversity of plant communities.
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Hai Ngoc Ngo


Tiger geckos (Goniurosaurus) are considered one of the most susceptible reptile groups. Due to the occurrence in low density within restricted ranges, the lizards are highly threatened by habitat loss, over-harvesting for pet trade and the lack of appropriate conservation measures.
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Harith Farooq


Northern Mozambique is one of the least studied areas in Africa in terms of biodiversity, leading to a recent initiative to find Key Biodiversity Areas (KBA) for Mozambique (WCS-Mozambique, 2019) to require the assessment of the IUCN status of possible “trigger species” prior to the KBA assessment process.
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