The objective of this project was to develop the capacity of the forestry and NGO sectors in the Turkish Black Sea region.
Together with the Faculty of Forestry at Kastamonu University, Preferred by Nature (formerly known as NEPCon) implemented the project Black Sea Conservation and Forestry Network - towards local action and market-based measures. The project aimed to develop the capacity of the forestry and NGO sectors in the Turkish Black Sea region, and was funded by the EU Civil Society Dialogue Programme.
Results and impact
The project had the following outcomes:
- Nature Conservation & Forestry Network established;
- 500 Technopack copies produced
- 30 Regional CFN Experts trained on Technopack through series of 4 training seminars
- CFN Strategic & Action Plans established; GIS plan prepared for future projects
- Study Tour conducted with 3 KFF experts
- Set-up of CFN Website
- 200 posters, 1500 brochures, 150 training kits, 2 press conferences and 5 banners created
- Completion of 6 project reports