Projects

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Project “busch mangos & cocoa beans”

5. October 2016

Gorilla protection is only possible with the help of local people! About 16,000 people live in the key territories near the Cross River gorilla. It is about convincing these people of the survival of the gorillas. But why help the animals if yourself are starving? GIZ is trying to put economic incentives into the region to eradicate poverty. We would …

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Educational program in Cameroon

5. October 2016

The AWP had personal talks with 20 schools in the Takamanda region. These are the results: The schools agree to an extension of their curriculum with AWP. Now we are talking with the government's educational commissioners to expand the national education plan in the region and authorize new educational tools. We also want to achieve a better understanding for …

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Expedition to Cameroon

29. September 2016

In June 2016 we mastered our first expedition through the region Takamanda Mone together with the WCS. Bedwin Ngwasina visited communities and schools in the Cross River region in order to gain an impression of the situation on site. We were able to extend the map of Cameroon based on GPS measurements. Our findings showed that a lot human settlements actually exists …

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Project “Wildlife-Run” is making progress

7. March 2016

Das Bildungsprojekt „Wildlife Run“ macht Fortschritte. Derzeit entwerfen bereits Grafiker von Mackevision die Charaktere des Lernspieles. Gemeinsam mit dem WWF Deutschland und B4 Friends wurden Inhalte erarbeitet, die das Wissen um den Artenschutz in Schlüsselgebieten vertiefen sollen. Um die Zusammenarbeit mit den Partnern vor Ort zu beleben, reiste die AWP am 15.2 nach Kamerun. Dank des unermüdlichen Einsatzes von Bedwin Ngwasina …

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Bildergalerie zum Donauprojekt

2. March 2016

Sehen Sie hier einige Eindrücke des Donaubildes von Ana Tudor!

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Elephant workshop in South Africa successful

28. February 2016

Together with its South African partner, the Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency, AWP has invited scientists and landowners to a workshop in order to discuss the introduction of more elephants into the Great Fish River Nature Reserve. The AWP has co-financed this workshop in order to ensure that the introduction of the elephants is following national laws and …

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Project in Central Africa

21. July 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9tQ6goBCFE WORKSHOP FINALLY ARRIVES IN DZANGA SANGHA PARK After a long wait, we finally have received pictures of the arrival of the auto repair shop in Dzanga Sangha in Central Africa. Due to violent confrontations and warlike conditions in the country, further transportation of the auto repair shop financed by the AWP had been completely impaired. The equipment was stored temporarily in Cameroon …

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awp in South Africa

23. May 2015

In mid-May of this year the AWP  traveled once more to South Africa in order to advance negotiations on a long-term cooperation project. At the end of 2014 the AWP had already paid a visit to the Great Fish Nature Reserve. The reserve is located about 2 hours from East London at the Indian Ocean and is operated by the …

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Challenge in Asia

9. April 2015

There is a growing demand for animal products in Asia. The ivory parts of elephants or rhinos in particular are often utilized in traditional Asian medicine. The market extends all the way to Africa. Products containing tiger substances are said to be virility enhancers. The "Asian pharmaceutical industry" can therefore be partly made responsible for the extinction of the tiger. …

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Project in Madagascar – “Mobile Cinema”

9. April 2015

The AWP has built a mobile cinema in Madagascar. It is an essential part of the training program for nature conservation. A special feature is that the cinema can be operated by human muscle power that generates the necessary electric power. A dynamo attached to a bicycle generates the power needed to project the images onto the screen – this …

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