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This Category contains information about organizations, broadly understood, that work specifically or primarily on various aspects of CBNRM. For information on the coverage of the regions used see Category Regions.
The Category consists of the following organizations:
- The Reef Check Foundation. Description/Function/Activities: Scuba divers and snorkelers in over 50 countries monitors the health of coral reefs. Produces an annual report on the state of the world's reefs. Does public education campaigns on the value of coral reefs. Provides tools for local communities to manage and protect their coral reefs. Contact: Gregor Hodgson, Director. Postal Address: 1362 Hershey Hall 149607, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California 90095-1496, USA. Phone(s): +1 310 794 4985. Fax: +1 310 825 0758. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. URL: www.reefcheck.org/. Comments: ?. Download: Mission Statement
- African College for community-Based Natural Resource Management. Description/Function/Activities: ?. Contact: Edwin Matokwani, Administrator. Postal Address: ?, Mfuwe, Zambia. Phone(s): ?. Fax: ?. Email: ?. URL: ?.
- GTZ, Sector Network Rural Development, Africa (SNRD). Description/Function/Activities: This is an organized form of information exchange and cooperation, managed from Pretoria, South Africa, between projects in Africa with formal contact to GTZ (German Technical Cooperation). The stakeholders that are part of the network include institutions in the area of development cooperation, local and international consultants, universities, NGOs and donor organizations. Launched in 1995, the membership currently comprise of 64 projects and over 120 members. Members and projects are currently located in the following countries: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d'Ivoire, Cameroon, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe (in addition comes German based supra-regional projects). SNRD operates working groups for areas of special focus, one of which, "Management of natural resources", addresses CBNRM and forestry. SNRD runs training courses on collaborative wildlife, park and buffer zone management and related topics. A new training topic is organizational development. Contact(s), South Africa: Klaus Pilgram, SNRD Coordinator. Postal address, South Africa: P.O. Box 13732, Hatfield, 0028 Pretoria, South Africa. Phone(s), South Africa: +27 12 342 3537. Fax, South Africa: +27 12 342 3510. Email, South Africa: email@example.com | Klaus.Pilgram@gtz.de. Cell: +27 083 327 9790. Contact(s), Zimbabwe: Simon Machingura, Training Coordinator. Postal address, Zimbabwe: P.O. Box 2406, Highlands, Harare, Zimbabwe. Phone(s), Zimbabwe: +263 4 496 723. Fax, Zimbabwe: +263 4 495 628. Email, Zimbabwe: firstname.lastname@example.org.
URL: www.gtz.de/snrd. Comments: A brief on SNRD, from November 2002, is available on the CBNRM Net web site. SNRD is presented in CBNRM Net Newsletter no. 20 (February 2003). The new training topic on organizational development is available in Category Training and capacity building. Download: Brief.
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