In 2012, Mr. Douglas Thamage attended a 2 week long training with Conservation Strategy Fund (CSF) in Uganda where they learned to use economics to be more strategic and successful in their planning and development efforts related to infrastructure and the environment. One of the outputs of the Uganda training was for the represented countries to develop a small economics project in their home countries. CCB has since submitted a cost benefit analysis of conflict mitigation methods draft proposal to CSF, and Ms. Rhona Barr from CSF is assisting in helping to finalise the methods. Rhona paid a visit to CCB Ghanzi camp and had the opportunity to visit the Kacgae pilot conflict mitigation project. The main purpose of the visit was to help CCB refine the proposal and assist in the development of the cost benefit analysis. The project will be based on the information being collected from the Kacgae project. She will be working on reviewing the existing/historical data, methodology design and the work plan.We look forward to working with CSF!