Wouldn’t it be great if there were a way to be sure you’re not investing your precious conservation dollars in ineffective strategies? You’re in luck! There’s a framework set up to help teams assess their work and adapt based on new information. In this month’s Lessons from the Field, we bring you a shining example of what that framework, the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation, has done for one small NGO, Proyecto Tití. The Proyecto Tití team and FOSer, Armando Valdés, have been working and learning together for several years. Proyecto Tití has been a champion of the Open Standards as they continue to implement, monitor, learn, adapt, and share the result of their work with the conservation community.
- Charismatic monkeys
- Adaptive management useful for small, community-focused NGO
- The Open Standards helped prioritize strategies & funding with low budget
- Strong leadership allowed team to stay on track as they institutionalized the use of Open Standards tools and Miradi Software
Read more: Lessons from the Field December 2017