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Tackling Threats to Endangered Species through Community Empowerment in Korup National Park
Grantee Name: 
Korup Rainforest Forest Conservation Society
HOTSPOT
Guinean Forests of West Africa
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$10,579
DATES
Sep 2018
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Apr 2020
Stats
Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Guinean Forests of West Africa
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$10,579
DATES
Sep 2018
-
Apr 2020

The project is aimed at Tackling Threats to Endangered Species through Community Empowerment in Korup National Park. This is envisage through, support for good local governance of Protected Area in Permanent Use Zone (PUZ) designation and management, Improved livelihood for communities living in the 5 “PUZ” through diversified alternatives and improved literacy, awareness and participation in conservation and climate change related issues.

Strategic Direction: 3 Safeguard priority globally threatened species by identifying and addressing major threats and information gaps