Salonga staff participated in Frankfurt Spring School in Germany

April 15, 2019
Salonga staff participated in Frankfurt Spring School in Germany

The member of the Salonga Management Unit and ICCN lawyer Hervé Kimoni participated in a 4 weeks training course in Germany. The Frankfurt Spring School (FSS) is organized jointly by KfW Development Bank and the Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt. The FSS course seeks to teach expert knowledge, skills, and practical experience related to conservation project to junior project managers from Asia, Africa and Latin America as well as German master students. The teachers are professionals and practitioners of biodiversity-related institutions from academia, civil society and German political institutions. FSS aims to provide an insight into project development and management for conservation projects as well as promoting future managers and leaders of conservation projects.

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