Sharon Ochob Truce, Wildlife Coordinator at Ebiil Society Inc., has been accepted to JICA’s KCCP Training in Japan. Truce will be participating in the Promotion of SATOYAMA Initiative: Biodiversity conservation and rural development through the sustainable management of natural resources. The course period is from October 4 to November 3, 2022.
The objectives of this training course is to have the participants learn the cases of biodiversity conservation and sustainable use of national resources in Japan and other parts of the world to make the plan for the community promotion in their own countries from the viewpoint of the reconciliation between nature conservation and livelihood promotion. The overall goal is to have these shared among the people in their perspective countries and implement a rural development plan harmonizing nature conservation and livelihood promotion.
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