Congratulations to Shova for being awarded a 2nd RSG, to read about this project http://www.rufford.org/projects/shova_thapa
RSG recipients send in regular updates on their work. This list shows the most recent updates we have received.
Read more about the activities undertaken and findings of this project in the final report below.
|Detailed Final Report||118.26 KB|
Read about the latest progress of this project in the reports below.
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|Lifelines Article||463.18 KB|
|Zoo Survey Report||267.06 KB|
|A Fact Finding Mission Report||338.38 KB|
|Survey of Conservation Achieved by 15 Zoos in England and Wales||50.18 KB|
Read about the latest progress of this project in the report below.
|March 2006||794.69 KB|
Read about the latest progress of this project in the partial report below.
|Partial Report||736.18 KB|
Read about the activities undertaken and findings of this project in the final report below.
|Detailed Final Report||431.78 KB|
Mirza Dikari received 2nd RSG grant for the continuation of this project in 2003. This environmental education program to enhance frog conservation awareness was launched last year with funds from a Rufford Small Grant. This year’s program aims to expand the project by involving more schools. It will focus on on-site frog studies for high school students and general outreach program for primary schools.
The goals of the program are to increase the awareness of frog conservation among the general public and school through the release of printed media. The team will hold a frog fun day to empower high school students with science and natural conservation activities in relation to frog studies and to increase High School teacher knowledge on frog conservation issues. This program is expected to involve more than 100 students from primary to high school age.