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Odyssey Conservation Trust

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Vetted since 2017
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The mission of the Odyssey Conservation Trust is to conserve biodiversity through local and indigenous women. We improve the quality of life of women by using a holistic approach which links their well-being to the health of their environment and the health of their animals - an approach called One Health. By valorizing their traditional environmental knowledge and breaking the poverty cycle into which local women's lives are entangled, we promote the role of indigenous women as custodians of unique biocultural heritages.

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Julie Garnier
Julie Garnier
Organization Information
Haddon Hall
Bakewell, DE451LA
United Kingdom
Organization Information
Haddon Hall
Bakewell, DE451LA
United Kingdom

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Standing by Morocco and its people

By Dr J.Garnier | Project Leader

On 8th September 2023 a devastating earthquake of magnitude 6.8 struck Morocco, killing around 2,900 people and leaving thousands injured. The epicentre was in the High Atlas... Read the full report ›

The women of Mahenye are ready for a second nutrit

By Dr J.Garnier | Project director

The first nutrition garden of Mahenye has been a real success in allowing around fifty women to grow vegetables and ensure better nutrition diversity and security for their families. In addition,... Read the full report ›

Expanding our One Health Garden

By Dr J. Garnier | project Leader

The argan tree is also called the "tree of life" and is a perfect example of a symbiosis between nature, animals and humans. It supports the livelihood of more than 2 million people through the... Read the full report ›
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