Women Restoring Life to the Mangroves Community sea turtle hatchling release Green sea turtle hatchling Women of AMBAS during a workshop

AMBAS (Women's Association of Barra de Santiago)

Org #92293
Vetted since 2021
2000
year founded
$137,029
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Using community-based interventions, AMBAS empowers women to participate in sea turtle conservation, mangrove restoration, sustainable agriculture and environmental education. AMBAS, the Women's Association of Barra de Santiago, is a Salvadoran non-profit based in Barra de Santiago with two full-time staff, a dozen part-time staff, and a large number of community volunteers.

Project Leaders
Ana Luisa M. Ahern
Ana Luisa M. Ahern
Eder Caceros
Eder Caceros
Luis Roberto Quintanilla Guerra
Luis Roberto Quintanilla Guerra
Team
Rosa Aguilar Lovato de Villedas, Eder Caceros
Organization Information
Calle Shasca Comunidad el Centro 13
Barra de Santiago, Jujutla, Ahuachapan 02109
El Salvador
+503 2440 - 1520
Organization Information
Calle Shasca Comunidad el Centro 13
Barra de Santiago, Jujutla, Ahuachapan 02109
El Salvador
+503 2440 - 1520

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:

Recovering the salt forest

By Luis Roberto Quintanilla Guerra | project leader

The Barra de Santiago mangrove is an important food source for fish, it is a spawning area, an area of development and growth and a migratory route on which the existence of fish inside and outside... Read the full report ›

ADVANCES IN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

By Eder Caceros | project coordinator

AVANCES EN EDUCACIÓN AMBIENTAL Se han mejorado las instalaciones del criadero , con el objetivo de que los visitantes puedan estar más cómodos y percibir mejor las charlas... Read the full report ›

esfuerzos en educacion ambiental para generar mayor conciencia en los seres humanos

By Eder Caceros | Eder Caceros

A large part of our work involves including local resource users in sustainable environmental management practices, ensuring that our work is beneficial to all sectors of society and serves the... Read the full report ›
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