You are all welcome to the Conservation Coaches Network of Africa and Madagascar (CCNet Africa), which is a young and emerging franchise, established in June 2012 under the Global Conservation Coaches Network (CCNet).

The network is currently made up of more than 50 trained coaches from different countries and different NG
Os, government agencies and private institutions with working experiences in Africa and Madagascar. This new CCNet franchise aims at supporting and advancing conservation project management in Africa and Madagascar using methods and tools that are consistent with the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation. As such, the coaches taking part in the CCNet Africa have a common goal of working together to improve their coaching skills through adaptive management (peer-reviews), training, learning and sharing exchanges and mentoring.
This website is primarily meant to share information between coaches, about coaches, about new developments, about events and successes, challenges and ambitions.


News

  • French training materials available! CCNet Global and CCNet Africa are delighted to announce that we now have coaching materials in French. The translation of these materials was done my Lauriane Streit, a CCNet-trained ...
    Posted Jul 22, 2014, 7:31 AM by Albertien Perdok
  • Open Standards Ready in the DRC After receiving the coaches training in March 2014, Menard Mbende and Didier Kalabas of WWF-DRC were quick to convince their senior management of the need to have all programme ...
    Posted Jul 22, 2014, 7:24 AM by Albertien Perdok
  • 14 New French Coaches Now Available in the Central African Region Successful Coach Training Seme Beach Hotel in Limbe Cameroon March 2014There are now more African French coaches who can boost the use of the Open Standards (OS) as results ...
    Posted Jul 22, 2014, 7:11 AM by Albertien Perdok
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