Paul Ouédraogo

 

 


 

A citizen of Burkina Faso, Paul has many years' experience in working on environmental matters, including forest and wildlife management as well as wetland conservation and sustainable use, both at local level and nationally. He has a successful record of coordinating short courses for African parliamentary capacity building, non-governmental environmental organizations, and field scientists and practitioners. He served for some years in the National Centre for Research (CNRST) of Burkina and at the University of Ouagadougou (ENSK). He also served as Executive Director of Naturama, a national NGO in the late 1990s. Following this he became IUCN Senior Technical Advisor for the Benin Wildlife Centre (CENAGREF). From 2005 to 2007 he served as IUCN's consultant coordinator for a Wildlife Corridor Programme for Ghana’s Northern Savanna Biodiversity Conservation. In 2007, Dr Ouédraogo became a Senior Technical Advisor for the Integrated Management of Critical Ecosystems Project under the Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA). With his technical assistance, the Rwandan government developed the legal instruments, technical and institutional tools for Rwandan wetland governance.

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Oct 3rd 2016

Ce cours porte sur les zones qui sont dédiées à la protection de la nature, les «aires protégées» : comment elles fonctionnent et pourquoi elles sont si importantes dans le maintien de la santé de l’environnement de notre monde en plein développement, et plus particulièrement en Afrique. Il vous aidera à comprendre les défis de la conservation en Afrique et comment les aires protégées peuvent aider à y faire face, du niveau local à l’échelle internationale. L'objectif est de découvrir et comprendre comment améliorer la gouvernance et la gestion de ces territoires uniques.

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Oct 3rd 2016

This course is about areas dedicated nature conservation, "protected areas": how they work and why they are so important in maintaining the health of the environment in a fast developing world, and in particular in Africa. It will help you understand the challenges of conservation in Africa and how protected areas can help to deal with it, from the local to the international level.

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