4 October 2022
It’s the dedication, passion and expertise of local BirdLife Partners, with the support of Species Champions and other donors, that enables us to save threatened species around the world – and the immense and vital benefits this brings for entire ecosystems. [...] However, these species seem to have hit the bottom of the curve in the last decade and some are now recovering, thanks to the work of Saving Asia’s Vultures from Extinction (SAVE) – a partnership with strong BirdLife participation created to oversee and co-ordinate conservation, campaigning and fundraising activities to help South Asia’s vultures. [...] That’s why BirdLife forged an alliance with the Wildlife areas Conservation Society (WCS) and WWF in 2016 to form Trillion Trees with the support In the last decade, the BirdLife Partnership of Restore Our Planet, to speed up and supported new or upgraded forest protected areas, including in Sierra Leone and Liberia scale up the protection and restoration of (Greater Gola and Foya), Madagascar for. [...] The local solutions that BirdLife Partners implement on the ground – such as restoring peatlands, tidal marshes, forests, and other carbon-rich habitats, promoting bird-friendly energy infrastructure in the Red Sea and Rift Valley, and integrating the roles and needs of ecosystems in national policies and plans for climate-change adaptation in the Eastern Afromontane Biodiversity Hotspot – are all. [...] At the forefront of this has been the development of the BirdLife Quality Assurance System (QAS), a platform which captures information on key indicators relating to our conservation objectives and on the organisational strength and capacity of BirdLife Partners.