Temitope Rebecca Adelola (She/Her)

Ecosystems Restoration Monitoring Consultant, FAO

About Temitope Rebecca Adelola

Where is restoration taking place around the world, and how is it being tracked? This is an important question that should put ecosystem monitoring at the forefront to achieve both quantitative and qualitative goals. That's where my work comes in—launching data-driven solutions for monitoring, reporting, and guiding investment. Because both people and the planet matter.

Which category below best describes the type of organisation you currently work for/or run?

Charity/Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)

Areas of expertise

Education & training Fundraising Land/Water Management Livelihood, Economic & Moral Incentive Monitoring and evaluation Other Partnerships and collaboration development Project/programme management Research Species Management

Would you be willing to be approached and share your lessons learned in your area(s) of expertise with our community?


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Thanks, everyone

It's a great privilege to get to this stage. Thanks, everyone.

@Scovia Akello will surely share the link to the book. Thanks Thirza for the comment

Replying to Adam Barlow

Great article - so good to hear insights about whats happening in Nigeria. 

Thank you for reading

Thank you @Oluwashina Peter for your time. And we hope to see your contribution in the space of carbon credit and technology in the future.

Replying to Carolyn Rosevelt, MSc

Job well done @Temitope Rebecca Adelola and thanks for contributing to WildHub.

You are welcome, Carolyn. It's a privilege

Replying to Lize Gibson-Hall

Thank you so much for sharing this interview @Temitope Rebecca Adelola and @Larissa, I especially love the line "conservation is for everyone and a long-term investment". This sounds like such an amazing park and project! @Fai Collins Ndi, @Muthoni Njuguna what a fantastic lessons learned from Temi!

Thanks, Lize, it's such an opportunity, and thanks to the Gorongosa National Park for sharing their story.

Thank you, Thirza. I created the graphic using canva.


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