The International Crane Foundation (ICF) brings to 30 the number of organizations across the planet to be part of the Conservation Measures Partnership.
A couple of years ago, ICF started to apply the Open Standards to the Siberian Crane Flyway/Species Program in an effort to improve conservation outcomes.
Having now successfully used tools such as the Open Standards, Miradi and Miradi Share in several core programs, ICF is committing resources to apply the Open Standards more broadly to better achieve and communicate their conservation impacts.
ICF is working with Annette Steward (Bush Heritage Australia) and Nick Salafsky and Arlyne Johnson (Foundation of Success) to develop a conservation business management/reporting system for ICF using Miradi and Miradi Share to be trialed over the next year or two.
ICF is keen to be an active part of the CMP community of learning and to contribute to the advancement and application of the Open Standards.