AWF is an international organization that has the mission to ensure wildlife and wild lands thrive in a modern Africa. AWF has been implementing biodiversity conservation programs in Africa since 1961. Thereby AWF has been focusing on building African capacity for wildlife management because AWF believes that conservation success relies on African ownership.
Guidelines for Call for Expressions of Interest Applicants: To receive training on the use of forest cover monitoring tools from World Resources Institute (WRI).
The most successful applications are those that can most clearly articulate how they will use WRI tools and how they will contribute to their ongoing work. In order to apply, please register before 05 October 2020.
In order to meet WRI’s requirements for eligibility, organizations or association must:
- Be legally constituted as non-profit and non-governmental, Association or civil society network.
- Be ensure that the geographic area of your NGO, Association or civil society network is in the countries listed below.
Democratic Republic of the Congo
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