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My deepest passion in conservation is in seeing communities at the centre of projects that serve their livelihood interests and needs. My journey as I pursue my MSc in Conservation Biology at the University of Kent is coupled with growing curiosity on how research and conservation projects can be tailored around improving livelihoods among communities living with wildlife and safeguarding wildlife habitats.
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Disseminating research data is essential for building a collaborative and informed approach to community conservation, ensuring that interventions are locally initiated, well-directed, sustainable, and inclusive.
1 January 2024
Restrictions introduced to control the spread of covid-19 during the early stages of the pandemic destabilized life in all aspects, including research. This is my story
11 September 2023
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