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Webinar Presentation: Peer-to-Peer Learning Exchange in the Africa Conservation Enterprises Portfolio
May 20, 2020 · File

Webinar Presentation: Peer-to-Peer Learning Exchange in the Africa Conservation Enterprises Portfolio

Peer-to-Peer Learning is an approach to sharing experience to facilitate a continuation of institutional knowledge and can be used to orient incoming staff to the history, context, challenges, and opportunities within the portfolio they are taking on. In this webinar,…

Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network Webinar Presentation
Mar 24, 2020 · File

Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network Webinar Presentation

On March 18, E3/FAB and Measuring Impact II hosted the first joint webinar of the Conservation Enterprise and Combating Wildlife Trafficking Learning Groups with Julie Stein, the Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network. Ms. Stein works…

Global Learning and Experience Exchange: Conservation Enterprise Posters
Jan 26, 2020 · File

Global Learning and Experience Exchange: Conservation Enterprise Posters

At the July 2019 USAID Environment Officers’ Conference, USAID's Conservation Enterprise Learning group hosted a Global Learning and Experience Exchange (GLEE). Representatives from 12 USAID-supported conservation enterprise activities presented case studies based on the Conservation Enterprise generalized theory of change.

Report: The Nature of Conservation Enterprises: A 20-year retrospective evaluation of the theory of change behind this widely used approach to biodiversity conservation
Jun 28, 2018 · File

Report: The Nature of Conservation Enterprises: A 20-year retrospective evaluation of the theory of change behind this widely used approach to biodiversity conservation

USAID’s “The Nature of Conservation Enterprises: A 20-year retrospective evaluation of the theory of change behind this widely used approach to biodiversity conservation” uses a theory of change to examine the assumptions and draw lesson learned on the conditions needed…

Lessons from Conservation Enterprises in the Maya Biosphere Reserve of Peten, Guatemala
Dec 12, 2017 · File

Lessons from Conservation Enterprises in the Maya Biosphere Reserve of Peten, Guatemala

Twenty years after the start of conservation enterprise activities, the Petén biosphere reserve can boast of a near-zero deforestation rate. This brief report summarizes available information on the reserve to draw out important lessons for those hoping to replicate this.

Building a Conservation Enterprise: Keys for Success
Nov 07, 2017 · File

Building a Conservation Enterprise: Keys for Success

"Building a Conservation Enterprise: Keys for Success” is a summary of the guidance from key resource documents on the enabling conditions that support a sustainable enterprise. It includes important insights grounded in the literature that can be applied directly to…

Conservation Enterprises: Using a Theory of Change Approach to Synthesize Lessons from USAID Biodiversity Projects
Apr 11, 2017 · File

Conservation Enterprises: Using a Theory of Change Approach to Synthesize Lessons from USAID Biodiversity Projects

In an effort to increase the understanding of conservation enterprises’ activities and outcomes and to improve the effectiveness of biodiversity programming, this brief synthesizes lessons from past USAID-funded efforts to support conservation enterprises

Integrating Conservation & Livelihood Goals
Jan 31, 2017 · File

Integrating Conservation & Livelihood Goals

Using a database of World Bank project evaluations, E3/FAB’s new study called “Integrating Livelihood and Conservation Goals: A Retrospective Analysis of World Bank Projects” aims to contribute to building the evidence base around the integration of biodiversity conservation and livelihood goals.

Conservation Enterprises: Using a Theory of Change Approach to Synthesize Lessons from USAID Biodiversity Projects
Jan 27, 2017 · File

Conservation Enterprises: Using a Theory of Change Approach to Synthesize Lessons from USAID Biodiversity Projects

Promoting conservation enterprises is a strategy that is widely supported by USAID biodiversity funding. However, the evidence that conservation enterprises lead to conservation is mixed. In an effort to increase the understanding of conservation enterprises’ activities and outcomes and to…

Democratising forest business: a compendium of successful locally controlled forest business organisations
Nov 16, 2016 · File

Democratising forest business: a compendium of successful locally controlled forest business organisations

The main purpose of this book is to present 19 case studies from 14 developing countries that show how local people have been democratising forest business. By this is meant the process of asserting collective local control through ownership and…

Conservation Enterprise Planning Checklist
Nov 02, 2016 · File

Conservation Enterprise Planning Checklist

This checklist can be used by practitioners to help plan their conservation enterprise approach. The questions help to identify the important considerations in the context of a particular site. The first set of questions is related to understanding the theory…

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