Building capacity thanks to a Prince Bernhard Scholarship
A study of human elephant conflict in Sumatra, Indonesia
I was recipient of the Prince Bernhard Scholarship in 2009 when I was studying a Masters degree in ...
Water & Coastal Management in Honduras
Hello readers! My name is Andrea Rivera and I was recipient of the Prince Bernhard Scholarship in ...
WWF Scholarship sharpens my Green Pen
Although my love for environmental journalism started about fourteen years ago, until recently I ...
Kawaka J Fanuel, Kenya
Soil organisms provide essential services towards sustainable functioning of all ecosystems however their population is reduced through increased conversion of forests to agricultural land. The main aim of my project was to generate information and knowledge that can be used to conserve below ground biodiversity in tropical agricultural landscapes. The project identified favorable land use practices that promote sustainable use of soil organisms for environmental conservation and enhancing food security among the local communities in Kenya.
The success of this project entirely depended on Prince Bernhard Scholarship, once again thank you and keep on building the capacity of future world conservation leaders through training.