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WINNERS

The 2019 USAID Biodiversity Integration Case Study Competition submissions represented a range of examples of biodiversity integration with democracy, human rights, and governance, peace and security, sustainable landscapes, economic growth, and other sectors. Submissions came from across Africa, Asia, and Latin America and the Caribbean. The winners exemplify thoughtful, strategic approaches to integrated design and implementation that are generating benefits for biodiversity and co-benefits for other sectors.

USAID Natural Resource Management and Development Portal

Transforming Approaches to Conservation in Kenya: Wildlife and Communities Gain

Submitted By: Beatrice Wamalwa and Humphrey Kaburu,
Environment Office –
USAID Kenya and East Africa

USAID Natural Resource Management and Development Portal

Leveraging Inclusive Governance for Biodiversity Conservation in Liberia

Submitted By: Yoel Kirschner and Ian Winborne, Economic Growth Office; Mulbah Forkpah, Michael Haines and Jemel Liverpool, Democracy, Human Rights and Governance Office –
USAID Liberia

HONORABLE MENTIONS

The judges recognized four honorable mentions in three categories.

Category

Planning and Design

Productive Conservation in Amazonian Landscapes
USAID Peru

Integrating Indigenous Human Rights and Biodiversity Conservation in the Amazon
USAID Peru

Category

Measurement of Co-Benefits

Turning to Science to Build Consensus: The Fishing Seasonal Closure in Balayan Bay, Philippines
USAID Philippines

Category

Integration in Action and Lessons Learned

Integrated Approach to Biodiversity Conservation in a Philippine Protected Area
USAID Philippines

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