The TBA provides key practical training for conservation biologists and practitioners with the potential to have a significant impact on biodiversity management and research. This is achieved through field courses, specialist skills workshops and applied research.
The TBA's funding database and follow-up support programme is assisting African conservation biologists continue to apply their skills once back at their home institutions. The bulletin board complements this by posting the most recent opportunities and announcements that focus on current job vacancies and funding sources for conservation biologists.
The TBA promotes regional and international collaboration by creating links between African and European conservation biologists and their organisations. Its network spans 60 countries and includes a growing list of alumni groups.