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Theo Way Nana: Lawyer and Conservation Management Trainee

  • 10/17/12
  • Theo Way Nana

I'm Theo Way Nana. I was born in the heart of Africa, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), a country with huge and diverse ecological potential. DRC is the country of the mighty river Congo and of prestigious endemic species like the bonobos, okapi , and the Congo peacock. It is in this country that I spent my youth dreaming of a world that ensures intergenerational equity and one where people are the beneficiaries of natural resource use.

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What is the CMTP?

I recently started working for the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) in its Conservation Management Training Program (CMTP). As with many of my previous travels, I have decided to blog about it: firstly, to reassure my mother that I am still alive, and secondly, so that anyone who is interested can get an idea of what I’m up to.

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George Okwaro: Conservation Management Trainee and Conservation Scholar

Conservation Management Trainees, George (left) and Sam

The undulating hills laced with eucalyptus and Markhamia lutea trees, peaks of granite rocks, and green valleys of corn and Napier grass I see in western Kenya today are now a pale shadow of the lush green hills and valleys, bushy grazing fields, and slowly flowing rivers that adorned the area 31 years ago when l was born.

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Celebrating Environment Explorers!

With the world's many environmental challenges, we need youth to actively participate in finding solutions. Not when they become adults- their time is now! The same is true in IGCP's operational area, where a growing human population is sharing the region with the critically-endangered mountain gorilla.

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Meet Sam Lloyd: Conservation Management Trainee and Lifelong Adventurer

AWF conservation management trainee Sam Lloyd

As a child, I spent a lot of time exploring woods in England and France—anything living fascinated me, and I had a strong need to explore and have adventures. Much later, based on this interest, I went to university to study biology.

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