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The Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program (BBPP) is a research partnership between Drexel University in Philadelphia and the Universidad Nacional de Guinea Ecuatorial (UNGE) in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. BBPP's mission is the conservation of Bioko Island's biodiversity, especially its critically endangered primates and nesting marine turtles, through the development of economically self-sustaining programs that demonstrate the value of conserving Equatorial Guinea's unique wildlife and wild spaces. Thanks for visiting, see what we're about!

Conserving Bioko's wildlife through research, education, and outreach . . .

 

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GENTE: Guinea Ecuatorial - Naturaleza, Turismo y Educación

Conectando a la gente con la naturaleza para un futuro mejor en Guinea Ecuatorial

The Guinea Ecuatorial - Naturaleza, Turismo y Educación (GENTE) Consortium is led by Drexel University. Its mission is to provide interconnected educational and biodiversity conservation solutions to benefit the people of Equatorial Guinea (EG) by increasing national human capacity and protecting national biodiversity. These interconnected solutions will also provide a foundation for a tourism and hospitality industry that will help to diversify the country’s petroleum-based economy. For more information, visit:

 

www.Bioko.org/GENTE

 

Drexel University seeks to fill four leadership positions for the Consortium.

Associate Director, Scholars Program

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https://careers.drexel.edu/en-us/job/494322/associate-director-gente-scholars-program

Associate Director, Environmental Stewardship Program

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https://careers.drexel.edu/en-us/job/494321/associate-director-gente-environmental-stewardship-jobs-program

Communications Manager

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https://careers.drexel.edu/en-us/job/494305/communications-manager-gente-consortium

Finance & Compliance Manager

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https://careers.drexel.edu/en-us/job/494323/finance-compliance-manager-gente-consortium

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All photos are credited to National Geographic Photographers Tim Laman, Ian Nichols, Joel Sartore, and Christian Ziegler, as well as numerous members of BBPP (staff, students, and volunteers).