Improving the Practice of Conservation

 

Multi-Stakeholder

Many conservation projects and programs rely on the direct involvement of multiple stakeholders for planning and implementation.  Foundations of Success often partners with such collaborative groups
and helps to standardize the approach to the design, management, monitoring, and adaptation of their initiatives.


Related Projects

COMPACT

COMPACT

FOS’s work with the United Nations Small Grants Programme’s (SGP) COMPACT (Community Managed Protected Areas for Conservation) Program has included an Open Standards training workshop in Saint Louis, Senegal and ongoing virtual facilitation and coaching. COMPACT seeks to demonstrate how community-based initiatives can increase the effectiveness of biodiversity conservation in the co-management of globally significant […]

 

Conservation Measures Partnership

Conservation Measures Partnership

    The Conservation Measures Partnership (CMP) is a joint venture of conservation NGOs and other collaborators who have come together to work on issues related to impact assessment and accountability in an effort to find better ways to design, manage and measure the impact of their conservation actions. The mission of CMP is to […]

 

Ecoregional Planning with The Nature Conservancy

Ecoregional Planning with The Nature Conservancy

Conservation at even the smallest scale is complex. When trying to achieve conservation across a wide ecoregion, complexities and uncertainties abound. Still, it is imperative to take action working off the best knowledge possible and adapting as we systematically test our actions and learn from them. With this in mind, FOS has worked closely with […]

 

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