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Conserve Critically Endangered Species in Cambodia Through National Coordination and Research
Grantee Name: 
NatureLife Cambodia
HOTSPOT
Indo-Burma
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$233,000
DATES
Jul 2021
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Jun 2024
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Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Indo-Burma
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$233,000
DATES
Jul 2021
-
Jun 2024

Enhance national coordination of conservation efforts for Critically Endangered vulture and ibis species by increasing NatureLife’s capacity to coordinate the Cambodian vulture and ibis working groups. Set up a volunteer mechanism to address the training needs of working group members. Implement priority actions, including strengthening community networks to monitor and address wildlife poisoning, restoring seasonal wetlands at Lomphat Wildlife Sanctuary, and filling knowledge gaps.

Strategic Direction: 8 Strengthen the capacity of civil society to work on biodiversity, communities and livelihoods at regional, national, local and grassroots levels