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The Stories of Our Grantees

CEPF works to empower civil society organizations to do what they do best: Manage the global biodiversity crisis one initiative at a time. Sharing their stories and lessons learned is vital to our collective success.

Group of children smiling and giving thumbs up.
Children in Ampodrahazo, Madagascar, one of the villages surrounding the bay at Ambodivahibe Marine Protected Area.
© Conservation International/photo by Rachel Neugarten

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Two tall men wearing purple and red walking up a hill.
Maasai guides who work with Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust in Chyulu Hills, Kenya.
© Charlie Shoemaker for Conservation International
Indigenous Peoples and Biodiversity: a Symbiotic Relationship
In celebration of International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, we highlight three CEPF grantees.
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Close-up of spoon-billed sandpiper walking through marsh.
Critically Endangered spoon-billed sandpiper (Calidris pygmaea).
© Ken/Flickr Creative Commons
Bird-Watchers Spot Illegal Hunting In China
When the spoon-billed sandpiper started to disappear, bird-watching groups in China decided they needed to do something
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Two women in traditional dress walking outside, holding baskets with straps on head.
Flores Island, Indonesia, Wallacea Biodiversity Hotspot.
© Conservation International/photo by Aulia Erlangga
What Are Safeguards and Why Do We Need Them?
The importance of considering the wider implications of a conservation project
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