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Conservation from the Schools: Networking and Partnerships in the Vilcabamba-Amboró Corridor. Phase One: Pilon Lajas, Madidi, and Apolobamba
Strengthen the role of educational units in conservation through the training of teachers, the development of school-based environmental programs that mobilize entire communities and the establishment of a network of cooperation and information exchange among educational units and teachers.
Healthy Ecosystems, Healthy People: Linkages Between Biodiversity, Ecosystem Health and Human Health
Cover travel and full participation costs for individuals from the Atlantic Forest, Chocó-Darién-Western Ecuador, Guinean Forests of West Africa, Madagascar, Philippines, and Tropical Andes hotspots to attend the Healthy Ecosystems, Healthy People conference.
Enhancing Public Awareness for Improved Management of the Machu Picchu Sanctuary and its Surrounding Environment
Conduct a comprehensive public awareness campaign about the sanctuary, including creation of a documentary film and development and distribution of press releases and media kits, a newsletter and radio and television spots.
Building Awareness of the Vilcabamba-Amboró Corridor in Peru and Bolivia
Stimulate and support good environmental reporting on the rich biodiversity of the Vilcabamba-Amboró Corridor in Peru and Bolivia and efforts to conserve it. Activities include workshops for print, radio and television journalists, development of a mechanism for information exchange and distribution of awards for conservation reporting.
Developing and Implementing a Communication Strategy to Raise Awareness Among Key Audiences of the Importance of the Vilcabamba-Amboró Conservation Corridor
Develop and implement a communication strategy to strengthen awareness of the conservation corridor and its importance and ultimately create a broad constituency for its conservation.