DCNA works as a regional body to build capacity for nature conservation on the six Dutch Caribbean islands. This is accomplished through regional projects, staff exchanges, trainings and workshops.
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The emphasis is on providing hands-on support and assistance for everything from governance to practical conservation management within the region.
A unique aspect of the regional conservation network is its ability to address institutional capacity building, which is achieved through trainings, workshops peer-to-peer exchanges, technical resources sharing and multi-island projects.
The facilitation of multi-island conservation projects aims to address gaps and needs at a regional level and allows a higher standard of professional nature management within the Dutch Caribbean.