In 2022 two projects in India and Kyrgyzstan were supported by the Snow Leopard Network Training Grants Program:
SLN invites you to a discussion with our 2022 Grantees to learn more about their projects and the lessons learned. We will ask our guests to share more about- What was achieved? What were the challenges and opportunities encountered in the implementation of the project? What did the teams learn that could help others wishing to do similar projects? How do teams see the results being applied to conservation? We will then open up the discussion with the audience to discuss effective and respectful strategies for building and exchanging capacities in snow leopard research and conservation among key stakeholders.
SLN has just announced the 2023 call for applications. Come ask our 2022 Grantees questions about their projects and help potential 2023 applicants address any queries. The SLN Training Grant is made possible through the support of the Pangje Foundation, an SLN member organisation dedicated to protecting snow leopards and helping local communities. The specific goal of the grant centres around building capacities in snow leopard research and conservation among grassroot stakeholders.
Thursday, 09 February, 2023 at 14:00pm Bishkek time
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