Course Objective: This course will provide training in writing conservation project proposals. ThE course teaches how to use specific protocols to identify priority areas and separate them from processes which threaten their persistence, and how neworks of priority areas in particular region can form the framework for building other conservation actions.The aim of this course is to explain how to recognize priorities for various conservation actions and how to build reliable, cost-effective and successful project proposals to realize it.
Course Outcome: Through dynamic mixture of conservation theory and presentation of various case studies students will be encouraged to recognize hot topics in conservation and to apply that knowledge in their surrounding by learning how to make own conservation project proposal and apply for real funds.
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