• November 2020 Quarterly News Digest

  • The November 2020 Quarterly News Digest features the latest news of The Africa  Biodiversity Collaborative Group (ABCG). This issue highlights how organizations can and should embrace integration to help people and nature build back better from the effects of Covid-19. It also…
  • abcg | November 13, 2020
  • Enhancing Integration to Build Back Better: Covid-19 and Adaptive Leadership

  • Coronavirus, a zoonotic disease, has demonstrated the strong interconnection between ecosystem health and human health. It has demonstrated that no sector can be able to conduct business in a degraded environment, and the need for integration and collaboration among sectors…
  • abcg | October 21, 2020
  • Linking Integrated Water Resource Management and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

  • Most of sub-Saharan Africa is under pressure from increasing population growth, urbanization, and consumption, as well as poorly planned infrastructure development. All these factors are negatively impacting the quality and availability of freshwater resources. Major watersheds attract development, and the…
  • abcg | October 8, 2020
  • August 2020 Quarterly News Digest

  • The August 2020 ABCG Quarterly News Digest features the latest news and upcoming events of Africa Collaborative Group (ABCG). Get to read about how voluntary family planning and reproductive health is contributing to global health and sustainable development in Cameroon.
  • abcg | August 30, 2020
  • ABCG Launches Freshwater Conservation and WASH Advocacy Strategy Facilitators Guide

  • The Africa Biodiversity Collaborative Group (ABCG) members, Conservation International and the Jane Goodall Institute in collaboration with IRC WASH have developed the Freshwater Conservation and WASH Advocacy Strategy Workshop Facilitator’s Guide. Launched on August 20, 2020, through a webinar presentation, the…
  • abcg | August 21, 2020
  • Leading a Conservation Organization in Times of Crisis

  • The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted all areas of our life. What was considered normal is no longer normal. Amidst the illness and the loss of lives of thousands of people globally, are other numerous negative economic and social consequences that…
  • abcg | August 10, 2020