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The FoFauPopU project : a biological study reveals the impact of pollution on chimpanzees

On this World Health Day, come back to the "One Health" approach with a new study by the National Museum of Natural History. As part of the FoFauPopU project supported by the FFEM, this study evaluates the impact of environmental pollution on wildlife, and in particular, on chimpanzees. To achieve this, the Sebitioli Chimpanzee Project’s research team employed a biosurveillance method on chimpanzee pelts that is normally used for human hair.
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Guiana's Amazonian Park Cooperation Project: publication of new thematic overviews

GUYANE © Didier Gentilhomme
Within the framework of the RENFORESAP project, coordinated by the Amazonian Park in partnership with Suriname and Guyana, whose innovative approach was supported by the FFEM, thematic overviews focused on the perspectives of protected areas have been developed. Three reports, each written in the three languages of the project (English, Dutch and French) are now available online.
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Intersecting capitalisation of the Small-scale Initiatives Programmes (Programme Petites Initiatives - PPIs) African civil society’s 15 years of experience at the heart of environmental action

Since 2006, the Small-scale Initiatives Programmes (PPIs) have supported African civil society in conserving nature and improving local living conditions. Launched by the FFEM in 2006 and supervised by the IUCN French National Committee, the approach truly is one of a kind. Relying on local support and subsidies averaging €30,000, the PPIs play an important role in enhancing the skills of stakeholders on the ground, boosting their legitimacy in the public debate and inspiring them to innovate for the environment and socio-economic development.
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