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An organisations database – with more than 300 organisations listed - highlights the range of organisations working on conservation-poverty linkages, including donor agencies, conservation organisations, NGOs, indigenous people's organisations and grassroots groups. The database can be searched by key word or by organisation type. The organisations are displyed in this page in reverse order from the one most recently entered into the database.

  • The Gorilla Organization works internationally to save the world's last remaining gorillas in the wild, by funding small grass-roots projects, run by local African partners, that tackle the real threats to the gorillas' long term survival. Today,...

  • The Zoological Society of London (ZSL), a charity founded in 1826, is a world-renowned centre of excellence for conservation science and applied conservation, carrying out field conservation and research in over 50 countries across the globe. ZSL?s...

  • The Gishwati Area Conservation Program (GACP) is sponsored by Great Ape Trust, a US-based NGO. GACP was founded in 2007. In 2010, the Rwandan Ministry of Lands and Environment (MINELA) signed an MoU giving GACP responsibility for managing the...

  • The Projet Grands Singes (PGS) is an Integrated Conservation and Development Project where the conservation and development objectives are mutually dependent. PGS works in the periphery of the Dja Biospere Reserve in southeast Cameroon and offers a...

  • Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH), founded in 2003, is a Ugandan registered NGO and US registered non profit organisation that conducts programs to promote biodiversity conservation by enabling people, wildlife and livestock to coexist by...

  • The Centre for Environment and Development (CED) was created in 1994 in response to the need for grassroots and independent voices into the policy reforms in the forest and environment sector in Cameroon and the Congo Basin at that time. CED's overall...

  • The African Conservation Foundation is working towards the protection and conservation of Africa's endangered wildlife and their habitats. Founded in 1999, ACF fills a unique niche by creating an Africa-wide network for information exchange and...

  • Founded by the renowned primatologist herself, The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) is a global non-profit organisation that empowers people to make a difference for all living things. Our work builds on Dr.Goodall’s scientific work and her...

  • The Bristol Conservation and Science Foundation (BCSF) aims to conserve threatened species by supporting sustainable development in pro-poor communities.

  • SCNL is a conservation organisation which seeks to educate, encourage and assist civil society understand the need to conserve nature and build consensus on the effective management of biodiversity, to ensure that the use of natural resources is...

  • The IUCN/South American Camelid Specialist Group (GECS) is one of more than 100 volunteer expert groups in the Species Survival Commission (SSC) of IUCN, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. GECS works along with more than 7,000...

  • Terra Viva Grants is an information directory of international grant makers for agriculture, energy, environment, and natural resources in the developing world. Terra Viva Grants provides detailed profiles of over 320 grant makers, and is adding to...

  • The Islamic Culture Foundation (FUNCI) is a non-profit, non-partisan, strictly independent cultural and scientific Spanish organisation (registered as a private cultural foundation in the Registry of the Protectorate of Cultural Foundations of the...

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