Changes in CCNet Regional Leadership

We are happy to inform that CCNet Africa recently got a boost! Our colleagues Anne Ntongho (WWF-Cameroon, who covers West and Central Africa) and Musa Cheruiyot (WWF-International, who covers East Africa) were recently joined by additional colleagues who will share a leadership role in CCNet Africa.…

Teaching Ecosystem Services and Human Wellbeing in Morocco in the Context of COVID-19

Story from Nibani Houssine, Association de Gestion Intégrée des Ressources  Professionals in Morocco now have the opportunity to complete a master’s degree in Adaptive Management at the d’Al Hoceima University. This program includes a course on the Conservation Standards. Adapting to current conditions, professor Nibani Houssine is now offering the course…

Adaptive Management of Bushmeat Hunting in Gabon

Story from Anne Ntongho, CCNet Africa co-leader  Alex Ebang Mbélé and his team from Duke University’s Poulsen Ecology Lab are teaching Gabonese villages how to use adaptive management of bushmeat hunting to increase the abundance of forest wildlife and support the well-being of their communities and…

USFWS Mentor Programs Boost African Conservation Leadership

Story from Anne Ntongho, CCNet Africa co-leader  During a forum in Sierra Leone in February, stakeholders discussed the findings of an evaluation of five U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service MENTOR Programs implemented across Africa over the last decade. The evaluation used the Consrvation Standards…