Boka Kondua Dieuleveut

responsible for the sub-committee: Conservation of biodiversity and climate change of the NGO Kimbala Development., Kimbala Développement (K.D)
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About Boka Kondua Dieuleveut

I am an Agricultural Engineer in Natural Resources Management: Fauna and Flora from the University of Kinshasa. I did my academic internships respectively at the Congolese Institute for Nature Conservation (ICCN) where I was assigned to the zoological garden of Kinshasa, and at the National Institute of Study and Agronomic Research (INERA) at the station of Mvuazi in the province of Central Kongo.

 I followed online training courses provided by the African Protected Areas and Conservation Program of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), where I passed online exams on protected area management in Africa and species conservation in African protected areas.

 Currently, I am a volunteer member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature in the World Commission on Protected Areas, but also responsible for the commission: Conservation of Nature and Climate Change within the NGO Kimbala Development.

Following the World Youth Summit of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in April 2021 in which I participated; under my initiative and some African comrades from other countries, we are in the process of setting up a Conservation Network of Endemic Biodiversity of Africa (CNBEA) whose main objectives are the following:

  • To create an active solidarity around the conservation of the endemic biodiversity of Africa;
  • Establish a space for sharing knowledge, opportunities, common challenges and innovations around the conservation of Africa's endemic biodiversity;
  • To constitute a representative network of lobbying for the conservation and the research of the endemic species of Africa;
  • Valuing Africa's endemic biodiversity through the promotion of ecotourism;
  • To promote African traditional knowledge on the conservation of Africa's endemic biodiversity;
  • To promote environmental education.

In addition, I am the designer of a project whose reference theme is: the study of the impact of human activities on the African manatee and its natural habitat. This project suffers from a lack of funding to date.  I have also completed a thesis entitled: chronological analysis of daily rainfall as an indicator of climate change in the city of Kinshasa.

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Charity/Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)

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Species Management Behaviour change campaigns Research Education & training

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Replying to Lara Reden

Thanks for sharing, @Boka Kondua Dieuleveut

you're welcome !

Replying to Lize Gibson-Hall

Thank you so much for sharing @Boka Kondua Dieuleveut 

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