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The 100% Guyanese research team was led by Sopheia Edghill, WWF-Guianas Marine Conservation Officer and Scientific Lead Researcher, Elford Liverpool, Fish Expert and Lecturer at University of Guyana, other team members were Samuel Benn, Ivana Thompson, Arianne Harris, Maria Fraser, Darell Fraser and Kevin Lutchman- young researchers and representatives of local agencies: - the PAC, Fisheries Department, MARAD, and Guyana Marine Conservation Society.

Guyanese Marine Experts Complete Ground-breaking Marine Wildlife Survey

On October 8, 2021, an all-Guyanese research team today competed the first extensive expedition and survey of Guyana’s marine area, which is meant to ...

08 Oct 2021 Read more »
Beaked whale (in Dutch spitssnuitdolfijn) in front of Suriname coast during Ocean Expedition in September, 2021

Expeditie fotografeert voor het eerst spitssnuitdolfijnen voor Surinaamse kust

Het onderzoeksteam van de Guianese Oceaan Expeditie heeft voor de Surinaamse kust voor het eerst een spitssnuitdolfijn duidelijk vastgelegd op de ...

28 Sep 2021 Read more »
Jabiru Stork in Rupununi Wetlands

Sweet Water Campaign Website Launched in Guyana

WWF-Guianas launched its Sweet Water campaign for freshwater protection in Guyana. The campaign website, sweetwater.gy, explains the urgent need for ...

31 Aug 2021 Read more »
Students of the Bina Hill Institute

Vacancy Announcement: Consultant - Supporting Sustainable Livelihoods Project

As part of the vision for a sustainably managed Rupununi landscape, WWF-Guianas is seeking a suitably qualified consultant to lead a project aimed ...

08 Jul 2021 Read more »

 

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A Guide to Community-Based Monitoring, Reporting And Verification

A Guide to Community-Based Monitoring, Reporting And Verification

A Guide to Community-Based Monitoring, Reporting And Verification

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