Through years of work in academia and project implementation, we have the ability to grasp technical concepts and communicate them effectively, adapting our style to fit the target audience. We have experience in preparing and reviewing peer-reviewed articles and grant proposals, as well as writing and editing technical reports and drafting project documents and action plans. We also lead workshops on writing proposals, academic papers, and technical proposals, including for participants who are not yet fluent in English.
Writing and editing services include:
- Report writing and editing, including reports for donors
- Preparation of peer-reviewed manuscripts
- Editing of peer-reviewed papers, including guidance for those not fluent in English
- Proposal preparation, with close attention to guidelines and requirements
- Management plan, project planning, and strategy documents
Related Outputs & Posts
“Empowering Women in Conservation” training materials
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Journey Mapping: A research tool for empathy
As a conservation researcher whose work focuses on the interactions between conservation efforts and communities, a critically important part of my job is to better understand people.
Listen for Unspoken Voices: Our nonspeaking views much be valued
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