Your donation is important, it allows us to help in places
where other organizations have only limited or no presence.
Biodiversity protection – we try to restore the mountain cloud forest in northwest Cameroon, prevent turtle eggs poaching and mangrove clear-cutting in Indonesia. We strive to raise awareness of the ongoing elephant catastrophe in Africa, protect endemic bird species in Sumatra and the Philippines and rehabilitate slow lorises confiscated on the black market.
Education and awareness – in the Czech Republic, we try to familiarize the society with one of the greatest environmental challenges of our time - the threat of palm oil. We protect indigenous pastoralists in the in northern Kenya against death from rabies and support people in rural locations in Tanzania and Mexico through education and microcredits.
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Faunus meets this mission primarily through supporting the conservation activities of the Liberec Zoo and
by promoting the environmental
and social activities of other entities.
Through these activities,
the association aims to increase mutual understanding and respect as well as a passion for nature
in people; it also helps them acquire habits for protecting and preserving natural systems.
Saving an Endangered Habitat!
We are returning the misty mountains to their original appearance. The local forests
are the only reservoir of water,
and they are home to several hundred species under threat. Farmers from the area of Kedjom-Keku burn the woods in order
to have space for their fields
and grazing land.
We help by replanting trees and planning for agriculture - reducing the size of the area employed while maintaining the yield. We teach both children and their parents.
We send trained volunteers
to Third World countries in order
to provide English lesson
an efficient way.
The idea is to help local residents gain ground on the local labor market and be able to set up their own businesses.
Protecting Elephants & Combatting the Ivory Trade
If the rage for poaching that is fueled by the demand for illegal ivory
in Asia is not stopped, both forest- and savannah-dwelling elephants will disappear from Africa.
Our support in Central Africa involves using detection dogs
to search for ivory, assisting
with the investigation of trafficking, working with local communities
to improve their relationships
with elephants, and introducing modern technologies to combat poaching.
Lending Money to the Poor
We lend money to poor people under fair conditions while respecting their business plans
and initiatives. Our goal is to build confident individuals independent
of outside help.
We believe that the prosperity
of an individual leads to the prosperity of the entire society.
Our activities aim to link two worlds: the one where capital dwells
and the one where capital is lacking.
Saving Endangered Fauna.
The rescue center is located near the city of Kabankalan on the island of Negros, which in terms
of conservation is one of the most interesting islands of the Philippines. Facilities in the center are modest but functional: simple breeding aviaries, an aviary for flight training, rehabilitation, and release, enclosures, a feed preparation room, a quarantine, and a nursing room. The operation requires five animal keepers. There are 30 species, of which 22 are endemic; 15 species are at different stages of threat.
Healthy animals, healthy people - under this motto, borrowed from Europe-based VSFs, we provide preventive vaccinations against rabies in animals based around Lake Turkana, Northern Kenya.
The sustainability of projects
and the development of veterinary medicine in Third World countries critically depends on qualified local veterinarians.
The project aims to assist selected Kenyan students of veterinary medicine to study and to increase their proficiency.
Protecting sea turtles!
The Berau region in northeast Borneo hosts the world’s eighth-largest hatching grounds for the green turtle. In cooperation with local conservationists, we seek
to protect green turtles, directly
and effectively, at the beaches where the hatching takes place.
We are engaged in training local schoolchildren and adults as well
as tourists. We believe in education and community development to help minimize the illegal sale of turtle products, e.g. eggs intended
for human consumption or shells used mainly to produce jewelry.
Think Globally, Act Locally
We are dedicated to topics related
to the conservation and sustainable use of habitats; we are also proactive supporters of conservation projects
in the field. Our Chance to Change Campaign in the Czech Republic seeks to help people understand one
of the greatest environmental challenges of our times: the threat
of palm oil business.
We interconnect, through the Tropical Biodiversity Conservation Conference (TBCC), the non-profit sector
with academic activities, searching together for the most effective way
to protect the rain forest and tropical biodiversity.
The Kukang Rescue program has four main objectives:
1. Cooperation with local government agencies to enforce laws protecting slow lorises.
2. Operation of a rescue
and rehabilitation centre
for confiscated slow lorises.
3. Raising awareness about
the illegal trade in animals
and protect slow lorises.
4. Building an Indonesian team,
which will implement most
of the conservation activities associated with slow lorises.
We are a nonprofit organization that supports the self-help efforts
of the poor residing on the plateau
of Utengule /Usangu, Tanzania, East Africa. Our most extensive project, entitled “Supporting Farmers” combines education
and the provision of microloans while promoting sustainable methods
of land management.
We help conceptually and over
the long term, with an emphasis
on the sustainability of all our activities. Pro-active, hardworking, and honest people receive our help.
Saving the Mangrove Habitat
We aim to protect the most valuable parts of the basin of Balikpapan Bay, East Kalimantan, Indonesia.
The territory adjacent
to the metropolitan city of Balikpapan includes a variety of natural ecosystems - both primary
and secondary tropical rain forests, mangroves, coral reefs, and shallow coastal sea. It is home to a range
of endangered species of plants
and animals, including the Irrawaddy dolphin, dugong, proboscis monkey, orang-utan, gibbons, Malayan sun bear, and clouded leopard.
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