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    Logo Design for Conservation through Poverty Alleviation, International (CPALI). Conservation through Poverty Alleviation, International (CPALI), works with subsistence farmers displaced from areas set aside for conservation. They train farmers to actively cultivate endemic resources, capitalizing on local biological assets and mitigating the need for unsustainable natural resource harvesting. They build product chains that support sustainable community development, wildlife and forests. Read Less
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Conservation through Poverty Alleviation, International (CPALI), works with subsistence farmers displaced from areas set aside for conservation. They train farmers to actively cultivate endemic resources, capitalizing on local biological assets and mitigating the need for unsustainable natural resource harvesting. They build product chains that support sustainable community development, wildlife and forests.
 
"The poster looked beautiful and we were so happy! We got lots of compliments on it and interest in the project. We were even one of the runners up for the opportunity to present it to the whole conference at the closing meeting."
-Kerry and Cay, CPALI
"Violet Koncz's work is professional and attractive. She designed a poster showcasing our work for a 2014 development conference that won us high praise and interest from the attending organizations. It was a pleasure to work with her and we are so happy with the result!"
- Conservation through Poverty Alleviation, International