Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!

by Management Skills for Wildlife Conservation
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!
Train Women Leaders for Wildlife Conservation!

Project Report | Sep 19, 2021
Interim report pending evaluation

By Guy Pfeffermann | President, MSWC

We are approaching the one-year anniversary of the start of the training program for the first cohort of 30 women. Follow-up of the impact of this program is on-going. A field evaluator has been identified. They will interview each of the women graduates face to face to assess personal changes resulting from the training as well as any direct or indirect impact on wildlife conservation. We expect the field evaluation to be completed in early October.

Our hope had been to raise sufficient funds to train two cohorts of 30 women. It is unlikely that we will be able to raise the additional funds to train the second cohort of 30 women and so we will formally close this fundraising project. Thanks to all of you who supported this important work.

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Management Skills for Wildlife Conservation

Location: Washington, DC - USA
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Project Leader:
Guy Pfeffermann
Washington , DC United States

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.
   

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