Spotlight on the Transboundary Law Enforcement Technical Committee Between Liberia and Côte d’Ivoire

To ensure that these livelihoods-focused activities are effective in reducing local threats to biodiversity, WA BiCC’s strategy prioritizes early and continuous community engagement to 1) identify local threats to deforestation and wildlife depletion, 2) target the appropriate stakeholders to address the threats, and 3) sustain participation in the new activities that effectively change behaviors and practices. This learning brief outlines key challenges and lessons learned from WA BiCC implementation with respect to targeting and sustaining participation of stakeholders in sustainable landscape projects.

Spotlight on the Transboundary Law Enforcement Technical Committee Between Liberia and Côte d’Ivoire
November 15, 2020 10:25 am Info Brief

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To ensure that these livelihoods-focused activities are effective in reducing local threats to biodiversity, WA BiCC’s strategy prioritizes early and continuous community engagement to 1) identify local threats to deforestation and wildlife depletion, 2) target the appropriate stakeholders to address the threats, and 3) sustain participation in the new activities that effectively change behaviors and practices. This learning brief outlines key challenges and lessons learned from WA BiCC implementation with respect to targeting and sustaining participation of stakeholders in sustainable landscape projects.





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