Projects: Species Protection

Tree Kangaroo Conservation in Papua New Guinea

Tree Kangaroo Conservation in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea contains some of the world’s last great expanses of mature tropical rainforest with a unique assemblage species that have evolved in this biodiversity hotspot.With support from the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, Washington, the Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program (TKCP) is working with the Papua New Guinea government and local communities in the […]

 

Ebo Landscape and Jengi Forest, WWF Cameroon

Ebo Landscape and Jengi Forest, WWF Cameroon

At the request of the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF), FOS facilitated a proposal revision workshop for 2 WWF-Cameroon project teams in Yaoundé, Cameroon. During the workshop, Ebo Landscape and Jengi Forest project teams used the WWF Project and Programme Standards (WWF’s organizational equivalent of the Open Standards) framework and associated tools to rework their […]

 

Bushmeat-free Eastern Africa Network (BEAN)

Bushmeat-free Eastern Africa Network (BEAN)

In 2008, FOS staff taught a 5-day course in adaptive management at Mweka College of Wildlife Management in Tanzania. This was part of the US Fish and Wildlife Service-funded MENTOR Fellowship post-graduate program on addressing bushmeat in eastern Africa. Since then, the 8 MENTOR fellows have completed the graduate program and continue to use the […]

 

Asian Rhino and Elephant Program Evaluation

Asian Rhino and Elephant Program Evaluation

FOS led the mid-term evaluation process for WWF’s Asian Rhino and Elephant Action Strategy (AREAS) Program, which strives to ensure that Asian elephants and rhinos thrive in secure habitats within their historical range and in harmony with people. The objective of the evaluation was to assess the relevance, effectiveness, learning, and efficiency of the implementation […]