NATIONAL PARKS AND SUSTAINABLE TOURISM
ALAN ROBINSON Experience (1)
|ISHASHA DISTRICT, QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA
||Projects and assignments have been worldwide, focused on protected areas, ecotourism
and resource conservation
After graduate training in oceanography, I served as a Peace Corps Volunteer fisheries biologist in Africa, then began a 25-year career with the US National Park Service as a marine biologist and park planner. International assignments during this period and later included work with FAO, WWF and USAID and a return to Peace Corps (staff). As a consultant and volunteer, international and local projects continue.
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VOLUNTEER JOHN THURSTON
WITH 80 KG NILE PERCH
|Secondarily we worked with Fulani cattleherders on minor health issues.
While Associate Director, Natural Resources in Paraguay, 1987-89, my task was to oversee 40-60 Volunteers in agroforestry, park management, environmental education and biological inventories. I studied similar Peace Corps Volunteer programs in Ecuador, the Dominican Republic and Belize, and visited protected areas in many other South American countries.