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Name Country of Residence Title / CompanyExperienceCCNet Certified CoachTeaching Adaptive ManagementCoP - Indigenous OS ProjectsLanguage(s)Avail. to coach in other countries  
Aine-omucunguzi, AdalbertUgandaEndangered Wildlife TrustCoach     Email 
Awadh, AsmaKenyaPhD Candidate – Pwani UniversityCoach   English; Swahili Email 
Awale, BatulaKenyaFreshwater manager – Independent Consultant    EnglishYesEmail 
Bett, JohnKenyaIndependent ConsultantCoach in Training   English; Swahili Email 
Blass Mallya, AlphonceTanzaniaConservation Coordinator – TNC    English Email 
Brown, MattTanzaniaTNCCoach Trainer   English Email 
Chege, NancyKenyaNational Coordinator – GEF-Small Grants Programme of the UNDPCoach, Coach Trainer   English Email 
Colverson, PeterKenyaIndependent Consultant    EnglishYesEmail 
Gedi, Issa IsmailKenyaAssistant Regional Coordinator – Northern Rangelands Trust    English Email 
Gross, Marc-AlexanderNamibiaTransboundary Ecoregion Coordinator – Independent ConsultantCoach   English, GermanYesEmail 
Haja, RaharizakaMadagascarMonitoring & Evaluation Officer – WWF MWIOPO      Email 
Kabanda, BwendoZambiaWWFCoach in Training   English Email 
Kamenya, ShadrackTanzaniaThe Jane Goodall InstituteCoach   English Email 
Kareko, KiungaKenyaWWF Kenya    English Email 
Kihara, FredKenyaWater Fund Manager – TNC    English Email 
Kiplagat, JacksonKenyaProgramme Manager – WWF Kenya    English Email 
Laurenson, KarenTanzaniaFrankfurt Zoological Society      Email 
Martin, AndimileTanzaniaField Officer – Independent Consultant    English Email 
Mupeta Muyamwa, PatriciaZambiaCommunity Conservation Officer – TNC    English Email 
Ndimuligo, SoodTanzaniaThe Jane Goodall Institute    English Email 
Ngalu, GasperTanzaniaWWFCoach in Training   English Email 
Ngoye, ElizabethTanzaniaHead, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning, Tanzania Office – EngenderHealthCoach   English Email 
Ny Aina, Ratsifandrihamanana AnitryMadagascarDesign And Impact Advisor – WWF MWIOPO      Email 
Obiya Mbai, FredKenyaRegional Coordinator-Greater Sera – Northern Rangelands Trust    English Email 
Pence, GenevieveSouth AfricaConservation Planning Consultant – Independent ConsultantCoach Trainer   EnglishYesEmail 
Rafanomezantsoa, SimonMadagascarWWF MWIOPO      Email 
Ramahaleo, TianaMadagascarConservation Planning Programme Officer – WWF MWIOPO        
Ratsifandrihamanana, NanieMadagascarWWF Madagascar West Indian Ocean Programme Office      Email 
Sibanda, MxolisiZimbabweResearcher (Biology/ Ecology) – WWF ESARPO    English Email 
Suya, Neema SihabaKenyaWWFCoach in Training   English; Swahili Email 
Tam, ChristineTanzaniaWWF ESARPO    English Email 
Tambara, EdwinKenyaConservation Planner – AWFCoach   English; Shona; Ndebele Email 
Tear, TimTanzaniaBiodiversity Research InstituteCoach Trainer   English Email 

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