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2002

Building capacity of school teachers to conserve biodiversity (Palestinian authority)

Palestinian authority

Titre : Building capacity of school teachers to conserve biodiversity (Palestinian authority)

Pays : Palestinian authority

Numéro projet : PAL/02/31

Domaine : Biodiversity

Durée : 8/2002 – 3/2003

Bénéficiaire : The Palestinian Center for Training and Development

Présentation
Capacity building project for 25 school teachers focusing on the importance of the biodiversity conservation for sustaining and protecting the threatened and indigenous species in Hebron. Teachers will act as catalysts to lead a process of change the understanding and behavior of the school pupils and other teachers and initiating collective effort to conserve significant species in the area. The project will contribute to the conservation of biodiversity in Hebron area by conducting training, field visits and producing public awareness material.

Environment benefit : Contributed to the conservation of biodiversity and the protection of the threatened and indigenous species in Hebron
Capacity Development : This project improved the capacity for 23 teachers to enable them to transfer the knowledge to the students. The NGO conducted 12 training programme for a total of 72 hours to introduce different biodiversity aspects and its conservation techniques.
Public awareness : Distributing 1000 copies of two posters to present the most environmentally significant sites in Hebron and producing 1000 copy of the first addition to include activities and initiatives of both the school pupils as well as teachers.

Financement :
Grant Amount (GEF Small Grants Programme) : US$ 16,710.00
Co-Finanshing in-Kind : US$ 1,341.00

GEF Small Grants Programme

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