Training group (Picture by WESM) Saving the Chapman pygmy chameleon from extinction Saving the Chapman pygmy chameleon from extinction Saving the Chapman pygmy chameleon from extinction

BINCO vzw

Org #71219
Vetted since 2019
2006
year founded
$4,486
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Biodiversity Inventory for Conservation (BINCO) is a non-profit organisation initiated by five dedicated biologists with a passion for nature and a desire to help preserve the remaining natural resources on this planet. Biodiversity worldwide is under serious pressure due the rapid growing human population. Many areas and uncountable species are already lost forever. If we want to conserve current levels of biodiversity an essential first step is to know what species of plants and animals are sharing this planet with us and how they are distributed. Information about the biodiversity of certain areas, both nationally and internationally, is often surprisingly limited and in most cases restr... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
BINCO vzw
BINCO vzw
Organization Information
Walmersumstraat 44
Glabbeek, 3380
Belgium
+32485304360
Organization Information
Walmersumstraat 44
Glabbeek, 3380
Belgium
+32485304360

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:

Sep 26, 2021
Beekeeping: bees for trees
WESM in Conjunction with the Nsanje Forestry Department visited the area in the first week of September 2021. WESM and Nsanje Forestry Department responded to the communities by providing training on...
Jun 1, 2021
WESM, boots on the ground
Dear supporters, Over the past few months, our collaboration with WESM (the Wildlife and Environmental Society of Malawi) has increased within the scope of a one year collaboration which will see a...
Oct 24, 2020
Rainy season approaching
Dear supporter,   The first rains have come! Although we only expect the rains to fall regularly from Mid November, the first signs of new life have already appeared. We are also pleased to...
 
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