Many conservation projects have now been tied with delivering socio-economic benefits and including local individuals in the delivery of the conservation objectives.

This project takes a forward look on how lessons learnt from previous studies can be implemented on the ground. It looks at how best to deliver conservation projects facing  multiple objectives such as increasing biodiversity & socio-economic benefits while analysing these in the context of both donors and local individuals’ decision making.

The project will use case studies from The Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust’s portfolio of projects in Madagascar, with a focus on the watershed of Lac Sofia.


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