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Odyssey Conservation Trust

Org #38945
Vetted since 2017 Effective Nonprofit
2007
year founded
$3,369
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

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)

One Health in the Argan Forest
Morocco / Environment
 
Project Leaders
Julie Garnier
Julie Garnier
Organization Information
Haddon Hall
Bakewell, DE451LA
United Kingdom
0033674655673

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #3770550828
Organization Information
Haddon Hall
Bakewell, DE451LA
United Kingdom
0033674655673

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #3770550828

Project Reports

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Jul 20, 2020
One Health is now held as THE way forward
The pandemic has given us the most striking evidence that our health is inextricably linked to the health of animals and the health of the environment - the basis for the One Health approach that we...
Mar 23, 2020
One Health is what it is all about today
When in February we presented our project’s results  during a One Health seminar at the Royal Academy and Academy Hassan II of Sciences and Techniques, we were starting to talk about the...
Dec 26, 2019
One Health education to prevent zoonotic diseases
Building on results we obtained this year about how people are affected by zoonotic diseases like rabies and leishmaniosis in the argan forest, and what  they know about such risks which can be...
 
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