Projects by Year

Projects by year

Francisco Joaquin Molina


Worldwide, large carnivores are threatened with extinction, which posits their unique ecological roles at risk. In addition to reducing densities of herbivores, large carnivores may also have an indirect, positive impact on vegetation by altering the foraging behavior of herbivores.
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Franklin Simo Talla


Pangolins remains one of the most challenging groups to detect and to study in wildlife monitoring programs. Even with advanced technic like camera trapping that has proven to be effective for other mammal groups, pangolins in general are still referred to as elusive species (Willcox et al., 2019).
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Fredrick Ojija


The Mount Rungwe Nature Forest Reserve (MRFNR) in Tanzania is a vital ecological area protecting endangered, critically endangered, and rare species. It provides macro and micro-habitats to native biota, and ecosystem services to local communities. However, its ecological integrity and critically endangered kipunji (Rungwecebus kipunji) are threatened due to deforestation and forest degradation.
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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 Mota Gama


The Brazilian Atlantic Forest is one of the world’s most ecologically diverse regions and one of the most threatened ecosystems in South America. One way to engage people with local conservation is through the concept of sustainable wildlife management.
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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 This legislation was partially repealed in 2016, to allow captures and commercialization of sharks in the Miskito Region.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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Gerubin Liberath Msaki


Globally, wetland ecosystems play a vital role in supporting life on earth (Oketch, 2006). For example, the African great lakes significantly function to support the life of many rural communities and the ever-increasing human populations in towns and cities (Hecky et al., 2005).
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