The Conservation Coaches Network South East Asia is a network of dedicated individuals, actively promoting adaptive management and the Open Standards to improve the practice of conservation in South East Asia.
We are a regional group of the Global Conservation Coaches Network.
Our Mission & Vision
The mission of CCNet South East Asia is to improve conservation all over South East Asia by empowering people to develop, implement, evaluate, adapt and share effective strategies that achieve tangible conservation results.
Our vision is that empowered teams are achieving improved conservation results in all of the South East Asian countries through successfully applying the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation. The Conservation Coaches who support these teams are actively spreading core skills, innovations and critical knowledge in real time across the world.
How we are organized
CCNet South East Asia is currently co-lead by Felix Cybulla, Hui Shim Tan and Annette Olsson. Founded in 2018, we are a sub-group of the Global Conservation Coaches Network and emphasize our work on the South East Asian Sector.
We identify as a network of dedicated individuals that come from a range of organizations. We work with the mandate of our organizations but not in their name. Most of our work is on a voluntary basis and done in our spare time, simply because we love doing it!
We keep a very flat hierarchy and invite everyone from NGO’s to GO’s, academia and independent individuals to join our network. Those who want to engage even more are invited to serve on the core team, the driving force of this network.
We are currently planning a Coach Facilitation Skills Workshop for mid November 2019.
The workshop aims at fostering facilitation skills for coaches through active practicing and role playing. This event is still in a planning phase but if you are interested in joining as a participant, please feel free to reach out at anytime. An official email invitation will be sent out in due time.
If you want to support the the planning team, please also send us an email.
Projects World Wide
Here you see a global map of many of the projects that already use the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation. If you are working on a project that is not already on the map, feel free to add it. This is a user base curated map, so be careful what you add and especially what you delete!
Meet The Coaches
Get to know the fantastic and dedicated people behind this network. Or become part yourself!