Empowering local people to manage the biodiversity of El Salvador
Dr Alex Monro
NHM - Natural History Museum
Host Country Institutions:
To give people the necessary skills and know how to maintain the balance between the conservation and sustainable use of the biodiversity of the coffee forest
Establish dissemination network.
Present paper and poster at the Mesoamericana conference in Guatemala, and at the Systematics Association conference in Glasgow.
Design and create database.
Deliver collections to collaborating institutions.
Hold training course 'Monitoring Salvadoran Biodiversity' for a variety of stakeholders.
Submit 3 papers to refereed journal.
Training of Salvadoran scientists at NHM.
Produce project newsletter.
Publish identification guides.
Hold international workshop.
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, Integrating local communities and science: management of La Amistad (Costa Rica-Panama)