Me in the Wildhub

I joined the Wildhub community, and I feel home
Me in the Wildhub
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My background is Computer Science, but my career is Conservation. My name is Amani Ngoma, from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 

During the Conservation Leadership Course I had last month, many of my mates testified that this is the Community every conservationist (practitioner or researcher) should join. And I had the curiosity to have a look.
For the different publications, I found my interest and asked to join.

I look forward to sharing knowledge. Because I joined the community, I feel home.

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Go to the profile of Thirza Loffeld
about 1 year ago

A warm welcome to the community, Amani! I really like and appreciate your words "Because I joined the community, I feel home." I may use your quote sometime when I'm presenting our community at events, would that be okay with you? 

Go to the profile of AMANI T. NGOMA
about 1 year ago

Hello Thirza,

Thank you for welcoming me.

Please feel free to use those words at events.

Regards.

Go to the profile of Ussi Abuu Mnamengi
about 1 year ago

Dear Amani! You are very welcome in the WildHub community, this is your home, together we protect our planet for the benefit of our wildlife and people too. let's go together, together in harmony!

Go to the profile of Grace Alawa
about 1 year ago

A warm welcome to you Amani, I'm glad WildHub is home to you. Can you please share some of the ways you've applied GIS principles in your conservation journey?

Go to the profile of Lara Reden
about 1 year ago

Welcome to WildHub, Amani. I look forward to hearing more about what you do.

Go to the profile of Andrea Fuentes Arze
about 1 year ago

Welcome to WildHub Amani!

I work in a community conservation project in Bolivia to protect the Andean Bear and lead a small team of committed volunteers. I have been thinking about leadership for the past few months since I applied to a master's program and a question from one of the universities kept on my mind. What are your main leadership challenges in your context (could be your project or your country)? I would love to know your opinion about it.

Go to the profile of Frank van der Most
about 1 year ago

Hej Amani,

Welcome to WildHub and nice to meet you here as well - the third meeting we've had in the past months!

cheers

Frank