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Conserving India's Biodiversity - NGO Training and Projects with Local Communities


Ref: 6017
Type: Main Project
Project Leader: Dr James Hindson
Lead Institution: FSC - Field Studies Council
Host Country Institutions:
Start Date: 1997-04-01
End Date: 2001-06-30
Funding: £110,404.00
Website:
Status: Completed
Regions: South Asia
Countries: India
Purpose: To train NGOs in NE India on how to integrate biodiversity issues into projects.
Outputs: 10 NGOs (at least 1 from each of the States of NE India) attended a Biodiversity Training Course. Each trained NGO undertook a mini biodiversity project and training workshop with local communities generating additional outputs (e.g. herbariums, habitat management plans). A biodiversity manual for NGOs produced for the North-East and adapted to use in other regions by local CEE cells. — training delivered to 5 other regions — 50 NGOs. A 100+ pages Train the Trainers Manual produced. A short booklet on biodiversity produced for local community leaders in the North-East.

Related Projects: School Green Land – Community Biodiversity Awareness in Kyrgyzstan, Supporting the Development of Nature Conservation Education in Bulgaria, Schools and Communities Monitoring and Protecting Biodiversity in Slovakia, Protecting endangered species by simply updating Armenia's Red Book, Rejuvenating agro-biodiversity for sustainable rural livelihood in India

Documents:
Title: 06-017 FR - edited
Download: Final Report [pdf]