The 2019 USAID Biodiversity Integration Case Study Competition submissions represented a range of examples of biodiversity integration with climate change; democracy, human rights, and governance; economic growth; education; food security; health; water and sanitation; and other sectors.

Wildlife and Communities Gain Transforming Approaches to Conservation in Kenya

Submitted By: Beatrice Wamalwa and Humphrey Kaburu,
Environment Office –
USAID/Kenya and East Africa

Community Stewards of Natural Resources Integrating Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance with Sustainable Forest Management in Liberia

Submitted By: Yoel Kirschner and Ian Winborne, Economic Growth Office; Mulbah Forkpah, Michael Haines and Jemel Liverpool, Democracy, Human Rights and Governance Office –


The judges recognized four honorable mentions in three categories.

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