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Increase your conservation impact

I always used to think once the funding was in the bag, that it's smooth sailing​ from there but we all know that this is not the case. Building a successful project depends on so many competing factors but to truly make a positive impact on nature, we as project managers need to grease the wheels and make it the best it can possibly be. But let's face it, we're all short of time and money, so we need to do this in the most pragmatic and affordable way possible.

I'm aware of that, so I always rely upon a strong strategy, donor loyalty, and a good team to ensure that the project can continue to build momentum. To do this requires an honest and critical review of the project progress, good monitoring systems and a strong team ethic. 

So whether you need to get to grips with how the work has been going, need new approaches to implementation, or specific help with monitoring design, there are lots of affordable and simple tools and resources to help you on the way.

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Is you monitoring delivering?

To get the most out of monitoring, you need to be measuring the right thing.


Create a work plan for your team

This basic work plan will allow you and your team to plan ahead, assign tasks and keep track of progress.

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What is theory of change?

This simple idea will change the way you think about your project

Vision Wild will contact you just four times a year to share with you top conservation project management tips, carefully selected funding calls and the latest professional development opportunities.

Thank you

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