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Empowering women to make sustainable shea butter
As diverse woodlands make way for shea trees, a pilot project aims to ensure the ecological cost won’t outweigh the profits.
Trees for Life
Landmark research involving arduous work counting over 300 000 trees across the Sahel and searching for presence of migratory birds, has delivered a list of tree species that are preferred by birds.
Irreplaceable - Cross River National Park, Nigeria
In our 'Irreplaceable' series, we cast a light on the globally-significant bird habitats that are in danger of disappearing forever.
Stopping bird killing in the Mediterranean
Reducing the killing of protected species, improving the protection of key sites for migratory birds and ensuring adequate law enforcement.
Training fishermen to prevent seabird deaths in Namibia
Seabird bycatch could be drastically reduced due to the introduction of new legislation in Namibia. Here's how we will ensure the new law is fully enforced.
Forests, wetlands and people: celebrating 20 years of Malagasy success
BirdLife Partner Asity Madagascar today celebrates its 20th anniversary, rounding off years of conservation success for forests, wetlands and people across Madagascar.
Conserving Madagascar's forest of hope
Developing the confidence of local communities and a BirdLife Partner to work together to protect the environment has brought encouraging changes for nature and people.
Malagarasi river finds favor with local women
In the Malagarasi River basin in Tanzania, a CEPF-funded project – through the small grants programme managed by BirdLife International – engaged women to help conserve one of the world’s most important parts of the Eastern Afromontane hotspot.
New strides in data collection between seabirds and fishing activities off the coast of West Africa
BirdLife International is currently working through the Alcyon Project in order to understand the importance that West African waters have for seabirds.
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