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For over 30 years the Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP) has spearheaded efforts to identify, support and nurture the most talented and promising conservationists in developing countries – people who represent the future of global biodiversity conservation.
CLP is a unique collaboration that draws on the combined expertise and complementary skills of three internationally renowned conservation organisations – BirdLife International, Fauna & Flora International (FFI) and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS).
The programme has funded more than 600 projects in over 100 countries, providing grants, training and mentoring that have helped kick-start the careers of thousands of gifted young people across its global network. Many CLP alumni today lead their own national organisations, occupy senior positions in international organisations and play important roles within IUCN Species Specialist Groups.
CLP awards play a vital long-term role in developing tomorrow’s conservation leaders, but they also support projects that bring about immediate conservation gains for threatened species and ecosystems worldwide.
Species that have directly benefited range from the obscure – Togo slippery frogs in Ghana and slender-snouted crocodiles in Gabon – to the iconic and charismatic – snow leopards in China, Amur tigers in Russia, whale sharks in Indonesia, and monkey-eating eagles in the Philippines.
All donations processed through this webpage will be restricted to the Conservation Leadership Programme via our coalition partner, FFI, based in the UK.
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