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Lessons Learned

Why not learn from others? This section features our grant recipients and other partners sharing lessons learned and how they adapted in response.

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"Some of the emerging science is providing useful insights into two issues, climate change vulnerability and ecosystem services, that are directly related to CEPF’s work to protect the ​world’s hotspots."
- Ian Gordon, consultant for BirdLife International
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AERF "It is important for NGOs to remember that partnerships can be mutually beneficial as long as there is mutual trust and respect, non-conflicting interests and an ability to share a broad perspective."
- Jayant Sarnaik, deputy director of AERF
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Wildlife Conservation Society "We plan to empower the community management committees to increase the extent to which they are involved in protected are​​a management, increase local community incomes from conservation, and...bring conservation interventions...to a point of financial and organizational sustainability."
- Tom Clements, director of the WCS Cambodia Program
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Creation of the Bubby Stone Trail "What we are trying to do with this project is try to find the very fine line between environmental protection and livelihoods for the community. We hope that the transformation of the Kamacrabou Mountains and Bubby Stone can help people in the community make a living."
- Simeon Greene, project manager, Diamond Village Community Heritage Organisation
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Conservation International "I personally hope that many Cambodians as well as tourists will come to our center and learn about the importance of turtle conservation and how they can help to save these precious species."
- Yoeung Sun, CI's Mekong project associate
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Wildlife Conservation Society "This project helped safeguard India's wildlife legacy by enabling capacity building and effective conservation action by individuals.”
- Samba Kumar, joint director of science and conservation with WCS
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"The vision needs to be developed by all the stakeholders together and regular interactions need to take place."
- Dr. Annelise Schutte-Vlok, regional ecologist for the Gouritz Region with CapeNature
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"We...found solar energy to be more efficient in reducing the water content of A.secundiflora sap as compared to electricity and fuelwood energy, thereby providing a more stable paste."
- Dr. Wilber Lwande, icipe scientist
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