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USAID Biodiversity and Development Research Agenda
Feb 25, 2015 · File

USAID Biodiversity and Development Research Agenda

USAID and the Office of Forestry and Biodiversity collaborated to define and prioritize the most critical biodiversity conservation questions in support of USAID’s Biodiversity…

Conservation is Partnerships
Nov 13, 2014 · File

Conservation is Partnerships

Since no single organization can tackle the world’s conservation and development challenges, partnerships are essential. Private businesses, universities and nongovernmental organizations bring creative perspectives,…

Conservation is Science & Technology
Nov 13, 2014 · File

Conservation is Science & Technology

USAID is applying cutting-edge technologies and sound science to the world’s most pressing conservation challenges. By partnering with universities, the private sector and other…

Conservation is Wildlife
Nov 13, 2014 · File

Conservation is Wildlife

Wildlife trafficking—the world's fourth largest black market—endangers elephants, rhinos, tigers, sharks and many other wildlife species. Poachers are often linked to international criminal networks…

Conservation is People
Nov 13, 2014 · File

Conservation is People

One third of the world’s poorest people are indigenous— and they are crucial partners in achieving sustainable development. Indigenous people and rural communities particularly…

Conservation is Development
Nov 13, 2014 · File

Conservation is Development

Conservation is an American tradition, and it is important to USAID’s mission as an international development agency. Healthy natural systems provide goods and services…

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