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C. Datizua is currently a Research Assistant under the Tropical Important Plant Areas in Mozambique (TIPAs) Project, implemented by the Agricultural Research Institute of Mozambique (IIAM), in partnership with Kew, Royal Botanic Gardens (in the United Kingdom) and Eduardo Mondlane University (UEM). He is involved in the Investigation of Mozambique’s plant species diversity in the areas of taxonomy, ecology, and conservation; assessment of the global and national conservation status of plant species for the Red List of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN); and identification, assessment and mapping of Important Areas for Plant Conservation (IPAs) of Mozambique. Is also the co-coordinator and researcher of the project ‘’ Protect endangered plant species of Panda Mecrusse Forest in Mozambique’’, sponsored by the Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP); and the Project ‘’Distribution and Population ecology assessment of the critically endangered Warneckea sessilicarpa and endangered Icuria dunensis in northern Mozambique’’, sponsored by The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund. Areas of interest: Botany Biodiversity (both flora & fauna); Conservation; Plant and Vegetation Ecology; Socio-ecology (Livelihood & Natural Resources Management); Assessment of the Global and National Conservation Status of Plant Species for the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List; Assessment of the Local Conservation Status of Biodiversity using the Conservation Priority Index to support local Strategies for Sustainable Use and Conservation of Resources; Protected Areas Planning (Identification, Assessment, and Mapping of Important Areas for Plant Biodiversity Conservation); Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and related systems technologies.

C. Datizua is currently a Research Assistant under the Tropical Important Plant Areas in Mozambique (TIPAs) Project, implemented by the Agricultural Research Institute of Mozambique (IIAM), in partnership with Kew, Royal Botanic Gardens (in the United Kingdom) and Eduardo Mondlane University (UEM).

He is involved in the Investigation of Mozambique’s plant species diversity in the areas of taxonomy, ecology, and conservation; assessment of the global and national conservation status of plant species for the Red List of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN); and identification, assessment and mapping of Important Areas for Plant Conservation (IPAs) of Mozambique.

Is also the co-coordinator and researcher of the project ‘’ Protect endangered plant species of Panda Mecrusse Forest in Mozambique’’, sponsored by the Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP); and the Project ‘’Distribution and Population ecology assessment of the critically endangered Warneckea sessilicarpa and endangered Icuria dunensis in northern Mozambique’’, sponsored by The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund.

Areas of interest: Botany Biodiversity (both flora & fauna); Conservation; Plant and Vegetation Ecology; Socio-ecology (Livelihood & Natural Resources Management); Assessment of the Global and National Conservation Status of Plant Species for the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List; Assessment of the Local Conservation Status of Biodiversity using the Conservation Priority Index to support local Strategies for Sustainable Use and Conservation of Resources; Protected Areas Planning (Identification, Assessment, and Mapping of Important Areas for Plant Biodiversity Conservation); Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and related systems technologies.