Sarstoon Temash Institute for Indigenous Management

To safeguard the ecological integrity of the Sarstoon-Temash region and employ its resources in an environmentally sound manner for the economic, social, cultural, and spiritual well-being of its indigenous people.

Sarstoon Temash Institute for Indigenous Management
6 Pampana Street
Punta Gorda, Toledo NA
Belize
(501) 722-0103
http://satiim.org.bz

Executive Director

Gregory Ch'oc

Management Team

Gregory Ch'oc, David Duncan, Doyle Forman, Lynette Gomez, Karyn Stein

Board of Directors

Cruz Rodriquez, Arnoldo Paau, Mateo Tush, Manuel Caal, Luis Cho, Dr. Franklin Martinez, Mr. Mis, Ligorio Coy, Wilbur Sabido, Gregory Ch'oc, David Duncan, Doyle Forman, Lynette Gomez, Karyn Stein

Mission

To safeguard the ecological integrity of the Sarstoon-Temash region and employ its resources in an environmentally sound manner for the economic, social, cultural, and spiritual well-being of its indigenous people.

Programs

Sarstoon-Temash Institute for Indigenous Management (SATIIM) is a community-based organization working with indigenous villages in southern Belize in the areas of human rights, community development and environmental stewardship.

Statistics on Sarstoon Temash Institute for Indigenous Management

Financial Statistics

  • Annual Budget for 2010: $265,834
  • Maximum Annual Budget: $365,000
  • Other funding sources: SATIIM main source of income (almost 97%) are grants from international private foundations and international organizations, while the rest are private donations, park entrance fees, printing services and sale of T-shirts.
  • Religious Affiliation: none