Zabalo at Night, Bear Guerra Gold found in Cofan territory Harpy eagle Sinanogoe park guard

Cofan Survival Fund

Org #39262
Vetted since 2017
1999
year founded
$6,164
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

We are committed to biodiversity conservation and research, protecting our ancestral territory and its natural resources, developing environmentally sound income alternatives, and educating our youngest generation. FSC has received and managed grants from both government and private sources for activities directed to the conservation and management of Cofan ancestral territories in northeastern Ecuador, and for the development of strategies that will allow the Cofan people to maintain cultural and economic stability. We work closely with FEINCE, the Ecuadorian Cofan Indigenous Federation.

Projects (1)

 
Project Leaders
Claire Nicklin
Claire Nicklin
Team
Randall Borman
Organization Information
53 Washington Blvd.
Oak Park, IL 60302
United States
(331) 218-4246

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 5394205398
Organization Information
53 Washington Blvd.
Oak Park, IL 60302
United States
(331) 218-4246

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 5394205398

Project Reports

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Nov 29, 2018
Silence is a precious resource
On January 1st, 2019, the Cofan Territory of Zabalo will be designated the first International Quiet Park by the newly formed Quiet Parks International organization. The Quiet Parks initiative is...
Sep 4, 2018
Policy advocacy
The Cofan Survival Fund was able to contribute significantly to the new Ley Amazonica that was passed in Ecuador in May.  It is not as strong as we had originally hoped, but we were able to keep...
Jun 5, 2018
The Threat of Gold Mining in Cofan Territory
Recently, the problem of gold mining in Cofan territory has received international media attention. The Guardian recently published an article on the threat posed by mining in...
 
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