Women For Conservation!

We empower and partner with women around the globe to protect endangered wildlife and their habitats.

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What We Do

Nature Conservation

We empower women to lead in the field of conservation by offering them skills, tools and training to save wildlife.

Family Planning

We support women by providing them voluntary access to birth planning and information about reproductive rights.

Sustainable Livelihoods

We train women to adopt environmentally conscious lifestyles and businesses.

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Our Impact

1,200+ Women

Women are the leading catalysts of change, and Mother Nature is crying out for help.  Join us to stand up for our planet!

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51 Endangered Species Saved

We are in a race to prevent biodiversity loss. Our work targets the most threatened wildlife to avoid species extinction.

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5 Priority Project Regions

We focus our limited resources on the most important regions to save wildlife and protect our planet!

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Recent Projects

Training Women to be Forest Guards and Nature Guides

We provide training to women in conservation areas so that they can become nature guides for ecotourism and forest guards at nature reserves, national parks, and other protected areas.

Supporting Rural Communities During COVID-19

We are responding to the impact of COVID-19 with urgent relief efforts to women and their families in rural areas of Colombia. More than 300 families have benefited THANK YOU!

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Women at the front line of conservation

Isabella Cortes

Isabella Cortes

Conservationist

Wildlife biologist with a great passion for conservation and women's empowerment.

Kelly Johana Julio

Kelly Johana Julio

Mother Leader

Mother leader and president of her community's women's association that protects the biodiversity of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.

Johana Bolanos

Johana Bolanos

Leader

Conservation leader working to save the Critically Endangered Gorgeted Puffleg hummingbird from extinction.

Yenny Villa Diaz

Yenny Villa Diaz

Conservationist

Conservationist, ecologist and environmental educator working hand in hand with local communities.

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Empowering Women and Protecting Mother Earth

Many women around the world suffer from abuse, neglect, exploitation and other injustices while, at the same time, Mother Earth also is being mistreated. Help us to empower women to reconcile with nature and find healing together.

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