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Record number 509519
Title Reflection of a collective learning journey : Strengthening KCCEM to build the capacity of Conservation professionals in the Albertine Rift Region NICHE/RWA/025
Author(s) Oosten, C.J. van
Source Centre for Development Innovation (Report CDI-16-014 ) - 130
Department(s) Advisory
Publication type Working paper aimed at scientific audience
Publication year 2016
Keyword(s) training - learning - professional competence - colleges - development - nature conservation - wildlife conservation - environmental management - tourism - rwanda - opleiding - leren - vakbekwaamheid - colleges - ontwikkeling - natuurbescherming - wildbescherming - milieubeheer - toerisme - rwanda
Categories Education (General) / Nature Management (General)
Abstract Together with our support team from the Netherlands (Wageningen University), South Africa (South African Wildlife College) and Cameroon (Ecole de Faune) we embarked upon this journey of supporting the Kitabi College of Conservation and Environmental Management in Rwanda (KCCEM). The major building blocks of this learning journey are the development of a business model, the development of organisational capacity to implement the model, and the development of a range of products and services to be delivered with quality. All these three components operationalised within the policy frameworks and institutional context of Rwanda’s conservation, tourism and environmental management sector.
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