Our Work

We work to inspire and cultivate humane communities. We empower them to protect and manage their wildlife sustainably, compassionately, and autonomously.
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What we do.

We partner with local communities and local NGOs, to build solutions that become owned by the locals, that remain embedded in the local community and communal values. To do this, we provide humane education, build up wildlife rescue capacity, and train locals in creating sustainable economies.

Why we do it.

We believe that working with – and empowering – local communities is the only answer to protecting and saving our disappearing wild places, and the endangered biodiversity they contain.

How we do it.

We solve global problems by identifying local solutions.

Our Progress

20,000

animals treated worldwide.

4

continents of community development and animal saving work.

30+

rebuilt or partner schools worldwide.

First

rehabilitated jaguar ever released into the Amazon rainforest.