As a collaborative platform, contribution of partners is essential for its success. The more partners you will be, the best we will learn from each others to tackle effectively Human – Wildlife coexistence issues!
ENCOSH is supported by three types of partners:
To join us as a partner and be part of this collective effort, contact us for further details: email@example.com
EHRA is our first collaborative partner who engaged to submit on the platform its main initiatives to tackle Human – Elephant coexistence issues.
It is a Namibian registered NGO that was founded in 2003 due to escalating human-elephant conflicts (HEC) and resulting elephant mortalities. EHRA focuses on reducing HEC through physical protection methods, education and outreach, relieving financial pressure of living with elephants and long-term monitoring of the desert-adapted elephants. The aim is to create a mutually beneficial relationship between the communal inhabitants of the Kunene and Erongo Regions in Namibia and their desert elephants.
The University of Salamanca is supporting us to translate the platform into Spanish.
The French Biodiversity Office has been our first funding partner in 2018 and 2019.
ODEADOM is the Guyana Agricultural Economy Development Office. It is supporting both a project in French Guyana on Human – Felid interactions (COFEEL) and ENCOSH as this platform is helping us to better act locally in the long-term.