Our chore team in Laos
Camille N. Z. Coudrat (a.k.a. Kham) is French. She is the founder and director of Project Anoulak. She conducted her PhD research in Nakai-Nam Theun NPA from 2010 to 2013 with the thesis title: Species distribution, abundance and conservation in Nakai-Nam Theun National Protected Area, central-eastern Laos: implications for future local conservation project.
Mr. Chanthalaphone Nanthavong (a.k.a. Tou) is from Laos. He has been working in Nakai-Nam Theun National Protected Area since 2007 involved in wildlife monitoring activities. In 2014, he graduated with a Masters in Environmental Sciences at Suranaree University of Technology in Thailand; he conducted his final research project on the abundance estimation of white-cheeked gibbons in Nakai-Nam Theun National Protected area.
PRIMATE RESEARCH TEAM LEADERS
Mr. Done and Mr. Chalor are our primate research team leaders. They are collecting valuable data on the ecology of the red-shanked douc.
PRIMATE RESEARCH ASSISTANTS
Four villagers from the local community are assisting the primate research team leaders.
FIELD STATION KEEPERS
Our field station is maintained by two villagers from the local community
ANTI-POACHING PATROL TEAMS
We are currently employing 24 villagers from the local community for anti-poaching patrols.