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August 24, 2019

We are proud to announce that we have set up a Cameroon branch of Landscape Conservation in Cameroon, for the purposes of delivering our services even more effectively in-country.  We are still using the skills and expertise we have developed over the last twenty years...

May 2, 2019

In partnership with FCTV, IIED and Oxford University, we are undertaking a project to understand better why people choose to eat 'bushmeat' rather than farmed animals.  We know from our other work that there is a preference for eating animal meat obtained from hunting,...

March 4, 2019

I remember many years ago, sitting in a central African primate sanctuary, looking around and thinking about how many animals were there.  100?  200?  Far too many, and more arriving daily. 

The animals that were there were lucky - they were alive and bei...

January 9, 2019

It’s always great when hard effort is rewarded.  In this case we can see the results of our ongoing engagement and support for the people living in the ‘northern buckle’ of the Dja Biosphere Reserve.  The local people committed to trying to increase the amount of anima...

December 10, 2018

Over the past two weeks Landscape Conservation and PENAGMANNAK have been meeting with staff from the Department of Natural Resources, Biodiversity Management Bureau, in the Philippines, to look at ways of improving the effectiveness of managing live, confiscated animal...

November 16, 2018

We are delighted to report that our partnership in the Philippines has been commissioned by the British Embassy in Manila to undertake a review of existing arrangements for managing confiscated, live organisms in the Philippines.  We will be supporting DENR in its effo...

September 16, 2018

… there’s hope.  And the continuing story of a virtually extinct species (18 left in the world, only 11 that could reproduce) gives all of us working in wildlife conservation a much-needed boost.

The Milu (Pere David’s deer, Elaphurus davidianus) are well and truly aliv...

August 6, 2018

On 25th and 26th July we reached a significant milestone in the Darwin Initiative project (24-005, Enabling rural poor to help protect biodiversity of Dja, Cameroon).  Staff from APGS, FCTV, AWF and TF-RD organised two days of signing Reciprocal Environmental Agreement...

August 5, 2018

There is plenty to celebrate as the Darwin Initiative project team - comprising of staff from APGS, FCTV, AWF and TF-RD - conclude the signing of agreements with the villagers of the northern buffer zone of the Dja Biosphere Reserve.

Join Awah from FCTV as she dances wi...

August 2, 2018

Barely after 16 months of implementing the Darwin Initiative-funded project ‘Enabling rural poor to help protect biodiversity of Dja, Cameroon’, the communities living in the 17 villages of the northern buffer zone involved in fish farming have built a lot of trust in...

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