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Best Practices for Stakeholder Engagement in Biodiversity Programming

Best Practices for Stakeholder Engagement in Biodiversity Programming
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Contributors: Measuring Impact

Effectively engaging stakeholders is a core component of successful and sustainable biodiversity conservation programs. This guide compiles the evidence from a comprehensive literature review into a four-step process. It presents a systematic approach to engaging stakeholders in biodiversity conservation planning, monitoring, evaluation, and learning within USAID’s Program Cycle. For each step, this document describes key concepts and resources, and summarizes relevant case studies about stakeholder engagement in biodiversity conservation projects.

Author(s): Measuring Impact

Publication Date: 2018

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