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To do conservation well, we need good understanding. This includes good understanding of the places and species involved, and also of wider social, economic and political contexts.
Our local partnerships provide us with essential on the ground knowledge of the issues and what will work in that context. At an organizational level Fauna & Flora International (FFI) also draws experience from across its teams, and from wider sources of conservation expertise, to help inform and improve our work on the ground.
Learning & impact
Part of this process involves learning from what we already do, and ensuring we can effectively record what impacts we ultimately have on target habitats and species.
We operate a number of mechanisms to help us focus both experience and investment into particular key issues. These include:
Halcyon Land & Sea – a grant-giving fund focusing on securing important areas of terrestrial and marine habitats for conservation.
Rapid Response Facility – an emergency grant fund, focusing on urgent and time-specific threats to protected areas, specifically those listed as Natural World Heritage Sites.
Flagship Species Fund – our unique partnership with Defra and the corporate sector, helping to support key threatened species
Global Trees Campaign – in collaboration with BGCI we seek to highlight and address risks facing the world’s threatened tree species