During the past ten years we have been involved in a wide diversity of nature conservation projects and movements in Ecuador, through which we have learned a lot, formed lifetime networks and created optimal ideas and programmes to efficiently benefit the ecosystems and ecology of this beautiful part of Ecuador. Please follow the link to view our dreams proposed in five categories in a clear and illustrative pdf presentation.
AIMS & OBJECTIVES
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Rescue and Rehabilitation Provide opportunities for wild animals rescued from captive or unhealthy situations in Ecuador, victims of animal trafficking, mistreatment or loss of habitat, and develop areas for the preservation and regeneration of endangered plant species.
Research and Release Carry out research studies and develop release (reintroduction) programmes for certain species of rescued and rehabilitated wild animals, following national and international reintroduction guidelines, alongside teams of experienced individuals.
Conservation and Community Develop conservation initiatives alongside community development programmes, orientated to provide new opportunities for local families, to improve quality of life and the surrounding environment. The best way to conserve the forest is to provide sustainable alternatives so that we don't need to cut it.
Education and Awareness Develop educational and awareness campaigns in Ecuador to increase consciousness about the importance of these ecosystems for the future of our communities worldwide.
Collaboration and Cooperation Promote collaboration and cooperation between local organisations and institutions with the same aims and objectives, nationally and internationally.