Projects by Year

Projects by year

Ghislain Difouo Fopa

Cameroon

Pangolins are commonly called scaly anteater; they consume large amounts of ants and termites; a Pangolin adult can consume more than 70 million insects annually and up to 200.000 ants can be eaten during a meal.
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Gilbert Atuga

Kenya

Mangroves in Kenya are disappearing at an alarming rate. The most common method of regeneration of these forests in Kenya is through replanting. This approach is often not successful especially when reasons for mangrove degeneration were not removed prior to planting of new seedlings. This exacerbates the costs of planting with little success.
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Gloria Kendi Borona

Kenya

This project will be implemented through a three pronged strategy. 1. Sustained educational activities at the community level
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Guadalupe Pacheco

Mexico

The problem of forest pests of the bark beetle (BB) has generated concern among the forest communities of Oaxaca, since forest pests impose economic, ecological and social costs on the communities. Given this, we have observed how the areas that present only species of the genus Pinus can be devastated almost completely after BB attacks.
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Henry Wells

Kenya

Across Africa, large mammal numbers are suffering severe declines, even within protected areas, and this trend is also true of Kenya. Many of the last remaining strongholds of large mammal diversity are in landscapes in which wildlife and livestock co-occur.
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Hoai Nam Dang Vu

Vietnam

Illegal trade in wildlife products poses a significant threat to the survival of rhino populations with predicted extinction in 20 years. The trade is fuelled by growing demand in Asian markets involving organized criminal syndicates. In Vietnam, demand for rhino horn is high, particularly in the upper part of the income distribution.
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Ibouroi Mohamed Thani

Comoros

The Comoros archipelago is one of the biodiversity hotspots because of its high level of endemism . However, this archipelago represents one of the poorest nations in the world (about 72% of the population directly depend on forest resources for subsistence).
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Ibrahem Ben Amer

Tunisia

The project will be using Mark-recapture protocol (a.k.a photo-identification, Wursig and Jefferson, 1990; Rosel, 2011) to collect the necessary data to estimate the abundance of the bottlenose dolphin population in northern Tunisia. The method relies on conducting systematic (or random) field trips by boat.
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Idd Idd Shwe Zin

Myanmar

In Myanmar, the forest areas are changed to other land uses and also forest ecosystems are devastating across the country and consequently threaten the conservation of biodiversity. As a result, there was loss of natural habitats and declination of forest biodiversity in Myanmar.
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Ignacio Rojido

Argentina

The relationships that different social actors have with ecosystems and theirs service are heterogeneous (Bennett et al. 2015), depending upon many social (e.g., age, profession, social group) and ecological factors (e.g., species assemblage, ecosystem condition; Scholte et al. 2015).
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