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New hope for Kenyan mangroves

TBA alumna Margaret Owuor (TBA field course Kibale 2006) is one of the recipients of the 2015 Russell E. Train Fellowships. This grant will support her research project to evaluate the application of ecosystem services approach to the management of mangroves in Kenya....

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Future for Nature Award for Caleb

Ghanaian herpetologist, Caleb Ofori (2007 Kibale course) has won a prestigious Future for Nature Award 2014 for his contribution to research and conservation of frogs and their environment in Ghana. The award supports young, talented conservationists who are committed...

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Marsh Award for Malagasy leader

Congratulations to Julie Hanta Razafimanahaka (TBA field course Kirindy 2005) for scooping the 2014 Marsh Award for Terrestrial Conservation Leadership. Julie won the award for her tireless effort in supporting conservation in her homeland of Madagascar. She is the...

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Fellowship for “Mr Frog man”

Gilbert Adum Baase (TBA field course, Amani 2010) co-founder and Executive Director of the Ghanian NGO Save the Frogs  has won a  prestigious German Alexander von Humboldt International Climate Protection Fellowship, 2014. Gilbert will spend a year in Germany...

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An excellent year for TBA achievers

2014 has been a great year for TBA as many of our alumni received recognition for their conservation work — both in their own countries as well as internationally. Read about these wonderful achievements in Alumni news, and find out more about the career development...

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Taking TESSA forward

TBA alumnus Patrick Armel Mbosso (TBA field course Segera 2013) — a pioneer of the Toolkit for Ecosystem Service Site based Assessment (TESSA) in Africa — has been awarded a 2014 Rufford Small Grant for Nature Conservation. The grant will fund a project to design and...

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