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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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Batwa Forest Experience Trail - Bwindi sign with group dancing in backround.
Visiting the Batwa Forest Experience Trail.
© Medard Twinamatsiko, CEPF BBC Project Leader, Mbarara University of Science and Technology
Empowerment Through Ecotourism
Increasing the capacity of the Batwa People in Uganda
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Black bird with yellow beak, red eyes and red feet walking on forest ground.
Endangered Sakalava rail, Madagascar.
© O. Langrand
A Lifeline for Biodiversity
In response to alarming prognosis for planet's species, CEPF points to its grantees as part of the solution
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Woman with her back to camera holds a large, bright umbrella. She is walking on a dirt road, a few houses on either side.
End of a rain storm in North Sumatra, Indonesia.
© Conservation International/photo by Tory Read
Protecting Your Organization’s Reputation
Prohibited practices aren't just bad for conservation, they can hurt you, too
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