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Fishing For Equality and Sustainability
Sep 27, 2019 · Blog Post

Fishing For Equality and Sustainability

In a wooden boat on the estuary of the Densu River in Ghana, Cecila dips a salinator into the water and declares that the…

Hope for Tigers in Bangladesh
Aug 02, 2019 · Blog Post

Hope for Tigers in Bangladesh

In Bangladesh’s Sundarbans—the world’s largest mangrove forest—every tiger counts. And a report from the country’s Forest Department recently revealed that the tiger count has…

USAID works alongside Vietnam’s National Assembly on effective wildlife conservation through demand reduction
Aug 02, 2019 · Blog Post

USAID works alongside Vietnam’s National Assembly on effective wildlife conservation through demand reduction

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) brought together top government leaders and stakeholders for a dialogue about endangered species conservation.

A Year of Zero Poaching in Mozambique
Jun 25, 2019 · Blog Post

A Year of Zero Poaching in Mozambique

After losing nearly 60 percent of its elephant population from 2011 to 2014, Mozambique’s Niassa National Reserve now has a victory to celebrate: one…

Three Ways Wild-Caught Fisheries Support Feed the Future’s Work in Africa
Jul 15, 2019 · Blog Post

Three Ways Wild-Caught Fisheries Support Feed the Future’s Work in Africa

The contributions of wild-caught fisheries to livelihoods, nutrition and resilience in sub-Saharan Africa are too big to ignore.

Dark Commerce and Corruption: Undermining a Sustainable Future
Jun 19, 2019 · Video

Dark Commerce and Corruption: Undermining a Sustainable Future

Transnational crime expert Dr. Louise Shelley discusses the impacts of illicit trade and what strategies the natural resource management community can leverage to prevent corruption.

Development is in Our Nature: A Day with the Center for International Forestry Research
May 17, 2019 · Blog Post

Development is in Our Nature: A Day with the Center for International Forestry Research

In March 2019, USAID welcomed partners from the Center for International Forestry Research to share new findings and in-progress studies on forestry and development.

New USAID Ecosystem-based Adaptation Evidence Summary and Case Study Series
May 17, 2019 · Blog Post

New USAID Ecosystem-based Adaptation Evidence Summary and Case Study Series

Finding ways to adapt to the effects of climate change is no longer optional for most communities — it is necessary. The question is,…

Camera Traps and Google Earth: The Role of Information and Communication Technologies in Conservation
May 15, 2019 · Blog Post

Camera Traps and Google Earth: The Role of Information and Communication Technologies in Conservation

Through time-tested approaches and ICT innovations, USAID helps partner countries develop and use the resources needed to sustainably manage their natural resources.

Integrating Biodiversity and Sustainable Landscapes for Greater Impact: Considerations for Programming
May 21, 2019 · Blog Post

Integrating Biodiversity and Sustainable Landscapes for Greater Impact: Considerations for Programming

Integrating biodiversity and sustainable landscapes objectives in development programming can increase the sustainability of interventions, amplify results and reduce costs. The upcoming publication Integrating…

Celebrating Community-Led Conservation at Kenya’s Northern Rangelands Trust
Apr 17, 2019 · Blog Post

Celebrating Community-Led Conservation at Kenya’s Northern Rangelands Trust

On April 3, National Geographic hosted a discussion and screening for Kenya's USAID-supported Northern Rangelands Trust. CEO Tom Lalampaa spoke about how community-based conservancies…

Share your expertise: USAID’s Biodiversity Integration Case Study Competition
May 21, 2019 · Blog Post

Share your expertise: USAID’s Biodiversity Integration Case Study Competition

Do you work on a project or activity that is increasing climate resilience or reducing carbon emissions while conserving biodiversity? Have you collaborated with…

Women Bring New Perspectives to Wildlife Law Enforcement in Thailand
Mar 13, 2019 · Blog Post

Women Bring New Perspectives to Wildlife Law Enforcement in Thailand

The international illicit trade in endangered wildlife is driving many species to extinction. Animals such as pangolins, rhinos, elephants and tigers are disappearing at…

A sea of opportunities for women’s empowerment, prosperity, and sustainability in fisheries
Mar 06, 2019 · Blog Post

A sea of opportunities for women’s empowerment, prosperity, and sustainability in fisheries

As a direct result of USAID prioritizing and investing in women’s entrepreneurship, and securing women’s access to capital, the El Rosario Cooperative in Nicaragua…

Using Cost-benefit Analysis to Identify Ecosystem-based Solutions to Climate Change Challenges
May 21, 2019 · Blog Post

Using Cost-benefit Analysis to Identify Ecosystem-based Solutions to Climate Change Challenges

Ecosystems are fundamental to life on earth and provide goods and services that are essential to human well-being. This includes their role in helping…

USAID Foreign Service National Spotlight: Rebecca Guieb
Jan 31, 2019 · Blog Post

USAID Foreign Service National Spotlight: Rebecca Guieb

November 14, 2018, marked the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) first annual Foreign Service National Recognition Day. To honor the dedication and…

Sep 25, 2018 · News Item

USAID's Food For Peace Explores the Role of Wild-Caught Fisheries

by Portal Web Editor — Sep 26, 2018 03:23 PM

USAID’s Office of Food For Peace and Office of Forestry and Biodiversity jointly organized a workshop to review the importance and contributions of wild-caught…

May 24, 2018 · News Item

Women Marine Guards Protect the Underwater “Treasure”

by Gateway Web Editor — Sep 24, 2018 12:41 PM

The long stretch of pinkish white sand of Subic Beach in the Philippines’ Calintaan Island has become a popular tourist destination during the past…

DNA Detective Dogs Saving Pangolins
Feb 15, 2018 · News Item

DNA Detective Dogs Saving Pangolins

by FRAME Administrator — Jan 14, 2019 01:18 PM

Sniffing her way through the forests of Nepal and Vietnam, Athena, an Australian Shepherd mix, and her trainer are working to save the world's…

Threat Rating Worksheet
Jan 29, 2018 · News Item

Threat Rating Worksheet

by FRAME Administrator — Jun 08, 2018 08:52 AM

When designing biodiversity and integrated biodiversity conservation programs, threat identification and ranking is an essential step as it helps biodiversity program design teams decide…

 
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