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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 smiling women stand in front of green rice paddies and forest.
Ibis Rice farmer Srey Bunang, left, and her neighbor, Nary, stand near their rice paddies in Kea Sway, Cambodia.
© Conservation International/photo by Julie Shaw
Cambodian Farmers Profit from Wildlife-Friendly Approach
Communities and nature win with eco-branded rice
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Yellow-cheeked gibbon, Cambodia.
© Conservation International/photo by Sterling Zumbrunn
The Key to Saving Indo-Burma's Biodiversity? Local Organizations
CEPF's managing director shares why there's hope for this hotspot under pressure
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Group of women and men smiling and raising their hands.
Participants cheer the action plan they have adopted during a workshop in Burundi.
© Resilience Now – Claire Galvez-Wagler
Five Ways CEPF Grantees in Eastern Africa Are Considering Gender to Help Achieve Their Conservation Goals
And how your organization can, too!
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