IUCN is a membership Union composed of both government and civil society organisations. It harnesses the experience, resources and reach of its more than 1,400 Member organisations and the input of more than 18,000 experts. This diversity and vast expertise makes IUCN the global authority on the status of the natural world and the measures needed to safeguard it.
Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund
The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund is an innovative philanthropy proving small grants to boots-on-the-ground, get-your-hands-dirty, in-the-field species conservation projects for the world’s most threatened species.
The Turtle Conservation Fund (TCF) is a strategizing and funding partnership coalition of leading turtle conservation organizations and individuals focused on ensuring that no species of tortoise or freshwater turtle becomes extinct and that sustainable populations of all species persist in the wild.
AWECC aims to conserve biodiversity and the environment by integrating public health issues and human populations that coexist with natural environments. The association is committed to conducting inclusive actions, to contribute to the development of disadvantaged communities.
Beauval Nature has initiated and managed a lot of conservation programs, like in Djibouti, where individuals of native species were reintroduced, or in Colombia, where the association acts in favour of the preservation of the white-footed tamarin, a very endangered small primate.
The support to programs supervised by other institutions or NGOs is yet not forgotten. Those programs are often linked to the animal collection and the goals of the ZooParc de Beauval.
Since 1995, CRES has become one of the research and training centres within Viet Nam National University, Ha Noi (VNU) with four main functions: (1) Research; (2) Training; (3) Consultation; and (4) Services on natural resources and environmental issues.
DECC works in the field of development cooperation. In particular in the preservation of the biodiversity and the safeguarding of the threatened species.
IDECC promotes local sustainable development by developing a scientific approach to reinforce the ecological and socio-economic model and to promote sustainable development.
Bach Ma National Park
Bạch Mã National Park is a protected area in ce center of Vietnam, near the city of Huế. The park spread for more than 220 Km².
Vietnam National University of Forestry
Being the leading university in the forestry sector, training highly qualified labor force to meet the development demand of Forestry and Rural Development; Beinga science and technology center which is prestigious for forestry, natural resources and environment, prevention and mitigation of natural disasters, contributing to the sustainable socio-economic and environment development in rural, midland and mountainous areas of the country.
La SOPTOM a pour but l’étude et la protection des Reptiles. Elle dispose d’un Centre de Soins Faune Sauvage dédié aux tortues. Ses activités sont dirigées vers l’amélioration des connaissances et la sensibilisation.
SOPTOM has the purposes of studying and the protection of reptiles. This is a center of wildlife care specialized in turtles and tortoises. Its activities point toward upgrading the knowledge and sensibilisation of these animals.
French National Museum of Natural History
Environmental awareness and protecting the planet lie at the heart of contemporary debates. The Muséum is fully committed to these issues and occupies a position of reference thanks to its varied missions, which include basic and applied research, conservation and the expansion of its collections, education, expertise and the dissemination of knowledge.
The Muséum is a research centre and draws on laboratory work and worldwide expeditions, a wide range of disciplines, outstanding collections and recognised expertise. Its mission is also to share knowledge, which it does through education and dissemination activities. With a clear objective – to make knowledge about the natural world accessible to everyone and to make as many people as possible aware of the importance of protecting our planet.
The Turtle Conservancy is dedicated to protecting threatened turtles and tortoises and their habitats worldwide. It focuses its work on the following strategic program areas : conserving species in their natural habitat, including land acquisition, maintaining captive breeding programs to help restore natural populations, monitoring and helping to prevent trade that threatens species, outreach and spreading global awareness.
Wildlife Conservation Society
WCS’s goal is to conserve the world’s largest wild places in 16 priority regions, home to more than 50% of the world’s biodiversity.
Center for Nature Conservation and Development - CCD
Center for Nature Conservation and Development (CCD) is a national conservation Non-Government Organization (NGO) or it can be considered as a local Civil Society Organization (CSO) in Vietnam. CCD specifically works on nature conservation, endangered biodiversity protection to support sustainable development in Vietnam. CCD work focuses on building capacity of different stakeholders (government, private sector and community) on biodiversity conservation, sustainable development, climate change adaptation and environmental education.
The Rufford Foundation is a UK registered charity which funds nature conservation projects across the developing world. To date the Foundation has awarded grants to over 4000 projects in 156 countries.
Save The Snakes
Save The Snakes is dedicated exclusively to snake conservation and human-snake conflict mitigation. Together with our worldwide network of snake conservationists, our mission is to protect threatened snake populations around the world through habitat preservation, education and community outreach to create a harmonious relationship between humans and snakes.
Congdon-Dickson Research Fund
CDRF primarily provides support for academically-oriented ecological field research on evolutionary ecology, life history, or physiological and/or behavioural ecology of freshwater turtles and tortoises, particularly projects involving environmental influences on individuals and populations.
Le PAL Nature Fundation
The PAL Nature Foundation has been dedicated to the conservation of biodiversity in France and abroad since 2008. It is committed daily to the protection of endangered animal species, their reintroduction into the wild and the protection of their natural environment, particularly when the fragility of the latter no longer guarantees the survival of the animal species that depend on it. It supports projects that enable local populations to get involved in protecting their environment. It initiates and financially, technically and humanly supports projects which, in France and abroad, offer sustainable solutions to respond to the threats faced by biodiversity.