Workshops futur farmers

 · Shared by : Tommy Gaillard
 · Last update : 10 October 2019
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Initiative
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Leader name
HISA
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Entity type
Association
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Launching Date
1 December 2018
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Assessment initiative
Not assessed
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Initiative Type
Training
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Wildlife species
Jaguar
Puma
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Issues
Livestock
Pets
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Intervention area
Central and South America
Guyane française

BACKGROUND

Rural and urban development along the coast of the Amazonian forest of French Guiana. The attacks of big cats (especially Jaguar but also Puma) on cattle and dogs are likely to increase. The main challenge is therefore to anticipate negative interactions between humans and cats.

DESCRIPTION

Interventions and participatory workshops in an agricultural college with future professionals in the breeding environment with the production of information and technical media (e.g., specifications protection measures) intended for breeders to prevent and limit attacks of cats on livestock.

PRINCIPLE

Inform and educate future agricultural professionals on the issues involved in Livestock - Livestock interactions and measures / practices to prevent and limit attacks.
Accompany students to the realization of information and technical media so that they themselves become actors in the process of "coexistence" between humans and big cats in French Guiana

CONDITIONS OF SUCCESS

Win-win partnership with the educational team
Pedagogy with students
Open minded to listen and consider the various points of view
Workshops / Interventions adapted to the level of students and their knowledge


Advantages

  • - Anticipation of negative interactions by working with future farmers and breeders
  • - Active participation of future breeders
  • - Information and awareness of the target audience

Disadvantages

  • - Time to prepare and hold the workshops with the students
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Implementation, use
and maintenance

IMPLEMENTATION

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Workforce
1
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Workload
8 hours for a workshop (varies according to subject and level of students)
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Training
No specific training required
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Training duration
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Financial cost
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IMPLEMENTATION KEY STEPS

1. Exchange with the educational team of the school to set up the project;
2. Write a clear win-win partnership with distribution of tasks
3. Organize with the professors concerned to carry out workshops with the concerned classes

EQUIPMENTS

  • - A video projector
  • - A paperboard

USE & MAINTENANCE

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Workforce
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Workload
Very variable depending on the number of workshops and students involved.
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Training
No specific training required
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Training duration
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Financial cost
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Currency financial cost
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Annual period of use
All year
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Daily period of use
Day

STEPS OF USE

1. Préparer l'atelier en amont
2. Réaliser l'atelier (en plusieurs sessions successives)
3. Demander un retour des professeurs et étudiants sur l'atelier pour l'améliorer pour la prochaine fois.

EQUIPMENTS

  • - See the section "Set up"
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Icon Contact tommy.gaillard40@gmail.com
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Icon Funding opportunities AFB : French Agency for the Biodiversity

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