Who is this course for?

This training is designed for conservation institutions who tell us they need to increase the capacity of their managers to design and implement more effective projects to help solve priority conservation problems.

What we offer

The TBA’s active learning approach gives participants skills to design projects and monitor their impact. Course topics include

Track record

The TBA ran a training series on designing projects and measuring impact, funded by Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF). Participants were CEPF grantees working for civil society conservation organisations in the Eastern Afro-montane Biodiversity Hotspot.

DSCF2494CEPF invited TBA to run a follow-up master class, and the seriesincluded site-exchange visits where participants learn first hand what does and doesn’t work in practice.

I have learnt the importance of being open minded during the project designing process and being flexible enough to find the right activities to make my project successful.”

Mohammed Wondye Kebede, Ethiopia

I will share skills and knowledge obtained from this course with my colleagues at work… and apply them in project design and development.

Marc Ndimukaga, Straightforward Development Services Ltd. Rwanda.

The TBA staff and the personnel that they employ are magnificent. I have found that everybody who has been trained by the TBA mentions this.

Maaike Manten, Regional Implementation Team Manager, CEPF