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The Alliance for Tompotika Conservation (AlTo) is a U.S. based nonprofit that works with its sister Indonesian organization to protect the endangered species, forests and ecosystems surrounding Mount Tompotika, Sulawesi. ICFC works with AlTo to protect Maleo and sea turtle nesting areas and build a local conservation ethic through public education programs.  [project page]
Asociación Ambiente Sur is an Argentinian conservation organization founded in 2007 by a group of local people who shared a concern about conservation and environmental protection in Patagonia, and who had a common vision of grassroots organization and involvement of local people.  [Hooded Grebe project page].  [Rio Gallegos shorebird project page]
The Amazon Conservation Association (ACA) is a U.S. based nonprofit organization active in Peru and Bolivia. Founded in 1999, ACA works to create networks of state, community and private lands managed for conservation and sustainable resource use in the Amazonian forests of Peru and Bolivia. ICFC partners with ACA and its sister organization ACCA (see below) in the protection of the Los Amigos Conservation Concession in Peru.  [project page]
Asociación para la Conservación de la Cuenca Amazonica (ACCA) is a Peruvian nonprofit organization promoting research and conservation in the Amazon Basin of Peru. Working in partnership with the Amazon Conservation Association, ACCA holds two conservation concessions, runs three biological research stations, and works with rural communities to develop micro-enterprise projects tied to sustainable forest management.  [project page]
Asociación Armonia is a Bolivian nonprofit organization dedicated to conservation of birds and avian habitat in Bolivia. ICFC partnered with Armonia in relation to its Barba Azul Nature Reserve, which protects the endangered Blue-throated Macaw.  [project page]
Founded in 2002, Associação Floresta Protegida (AFP) is a Brazilian non-governmental organization whose goal is to strengthen the autonomy of the Kayapó indigenous people in the protection and sustainable management of their territories. AFP works with Kayapó communites (mostly east of the Xingu River) to (1) monitor and protect Kayapó lands from illegal incursions (for logging, mining, clearing for agriculture, etc.); and (2) develop economic activities that are sustainable and culturally compatible.  [project page]
Conservación Marina is a Chilean organization dedicated to the conservation of marine biodiversity through research, environmental education and the promotion of sustainable use of marine resources.  [project page]
Conservation International works to protect natural resources and biodiversity "to ensure a healthy and productive planet for us all" through efforts to develop a "sustainable development path" around the world. ICFC partnered with CI on strengthening a marine protected area in Brazil.  [project page]
Fundación Inalafquen is a largely volunteer run organization in Patagonia dedicated to the conservation of biodiversity, susatianable use of resources and a better quality of life for all. Focal areas are shorebirds, bats, and heavy metal contamination in San Antonio Oeste, Argentina.  [project page]
Fundación Jocotoco is an Ecuadorian non-government organization established in 1998 to protect land of critical importance to the conservation of Ecuador's endangered birds and associated biodiversity. Jocotoco primarily achieves this by purchasing lands and managing them as ecological reserves. ICFC has partnered with Jocotoco in support of its Jorupe Reserve and further collaboration is in the works.  [project page]
Fundación para el Ecodesarrollo y la Conservación (FUNDAECO) is a Guatemalan conservation organization founded in 1993 that works to establish and manage protected areas, promote sustainable land management practices, and improve the lives of local rural communities. FUNDAECO will manage the Sierra Caral Reserve purchased by ICFC and other conservation organizations.  [project page]
The Guanacaste Dry Forest Conservation Fund (GDFCF) is a U.S. based nonprofit that promotes conservation, education, science-based management and biodiversity development at Area de Conservación Guanacaste in Costa Rica. ICFC partners with GDFCF to support positions for several Parataxonomists — staff hired from the rural community who are trained to conduct taxonomic and ecological research and data collection.  [project page]
Instituto Kabu is a Brazilian non-governmental organization that represents indigenous Kayapó communities (west of the Xingu River) in the southeastern Amazon. Instituto Kabu works to: (1) monitor and protect Kayapó lands from illegal incursions (for logging, mining, clearing for agriculture, etc.); and (2) develop economic activities that are sustainable and culturally compatible.  [project page]
Instituto Raoni (IR) is a Brazilian non-governmental organization based in Colider, Mato Grosso, that defends the interests of indigenous communities, strengthening their ability to protect their territories and helping them develop sustainable economic activities, protect biodiversity and reduce their vulnerability to with predatory activities such as illegal logging and mining. Currently, IR represents about 2,300 indigenous people in the Lower Xingu region, between the states of Mato Grosso and Pará.  [project page]
Marine Consevation Cambodia (MCC) is a non-profit organization that since 2008 has been advancing marine conservation and community livelihoods in collaboration with the Cambodian Fisheries Administration, local authorities and local communities.   [project page]
Nature and Culture International (NCI) protects important and vulnerable ecosystems in diverse landscapes throughout the Americas. Projects are guided by a respect for the people and cultures of the areas in which NCI works. ICFC is assisting NCI with groundwork in its effort to expand the Sierra de Alamos Reserve in Mexico.   [project page]
Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is Canada's leading land conservation organization. Since 1962, NCC and its partners have helped to conserve more than 2.8 million acres (1.1 million hectares) of ecologically significant land from coast to coast. NCC collaborates with ICFC in shorebird conservation.   [project page]
Proyecto de Selva Pino Paraná: Since 2003 this group of researchers, educators, students and volunteers has worked to improve the state of knowledge and conservation of the Atlantic forest and its species in the Argentinian province of Misiones.  [project page]
The Rainforest Trust (formerly World Land Trust US) has a 25-year track record of purchasing threatened rainforests (and other habitats) and protecting endangered wildlife through community engagement and local partnerships. ICFC collaborates with Rainforest Trust on projects of mutual interest.
The WILD Foundation is dedicated to protecting wilderness around the world. WILD partners with local organizations and communities to establish long-term protected areas and integrative conservation strategies. ICFC partners with WILD in our joint Desert Elephants of Mali project.  [project page]

 

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