Most conservationists will manage a project, but very few have ever had any formal training in this key skill set
95% of respondents agreed that "it is essential that conservationists receive more training in project management skills to increase measurable conservation impact"
Assessing the need for project management skills
We surveyed 250 conservationists from 52 countries to check that project management skills were a need, and you agreed.
Download the full survey report here.
Project Management for Wildlife Conservation
The PMWC approach provides a knowledge base for delivering any type or size of conservation project.
Using this approach will help you:
Apply key principles, to maintain high standards of effectiveness and ethics
Define roles, to clarify team structure and decision-making
Carry out phases, to manage a project from start to finish
Set up control processes, to keep a project on track and adapt to new knowledge and changing conditions
Set up administrative processes, to help conduct effective internal meetings and develop high-quality project documents and technical deliverables
The PMWC approach comes with a set of document templates and tools that you can use to:
Track progress of work and impact
Assess risks and issues
Document and share lessons learned