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Dr Helen Schneider

Programme Director of Conservation Livelihoods & Governance Fauna & Flora International

Dr Helen Schneider joined FFI in 2009 from the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, where she managed the Livelihoods Connect programme. Helen's PhD is in Tropical Watershed Management and she also has postgraduate qualifications in Web Design & Development and Environmental Technology, following her first degree in Rural Environment Studies from the University of London. Helen is a sustainable livelihoods and natural resource management professional with particular interests in issues of participation and environmental governance, and individual and organisational learning. She has 20 years experience in international development, mostly based in developing countries, working with a range of stakeholders, including government bodies, donor agencies, non-governmental organisations, researchers and local communities. From her time in Indonesia, Helen speaks Bahasa but she also describes Kiswahili, Spanish, French and German as "rusty but revivable".

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