Fundación Patagonia Natural (FPN) is based in Chubut Province, in the southern part of Argentina. WLT partnered FPN on the successfully completed Coastal Steppe project.
The World Land Trust (WLT) works with 27 Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) across the world, helping to fund land purchase and create permanent nature reserves. Find out more about our programme partners through the links below:
FuNaFu is a non-governemental organisation based in Buenas Aires and works with WLT to protect the Emerald Green Corridor in Misiones.
Fundación Biodiversidad is an Argentine not-for-profit orgnainsation based in Buenas Aires. Biodiversidad work with WLT on the Emerald Green Corridor project, Misiones.
Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) is based in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. WLT supports FPWC through the Keepers of the Wild appeal.
Programme for Belize (PfB) is based in the north-east of the country. WLT partnered PfB on the successfully completed project, called Programme for Belize .
Asociación Armonía is based in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, eastern Bolivia. WLT supported the creation of the Barba Azul Nature Reserve.
Fundação O Boticário de Proteção de Natureza (O Boticário) is based in Curitiba, southern Brazil. WLT and O Boticário do not have an active project.
Reserve Ecológica de Guapi Assu (REGUA) is based in the Guapi Assu Valley near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. WLT currently works with REGUA on the Keepers of the Wild appeal and the Plant a Tree appeal.
Fundación Melimoyu is based in Puerto Varas, in southern Chile. WLT has provided Melimoyu with support to carry out a land purchase feasability study.
Fundación ProAves is based in Bogotá, the capital of Colombia. WLT works with ProAves on a project called the Chocó and other Rainforests, supported through the Buy an Acre fund.
Fundación Jocotoco is based in Quito, the capital of Ecuador. WLT supports Jocotoco through the Keepers of the Wild appeal, while also working with them on a Reforestation programme and Carbon Balanced project.
Fundación EcoMinga works under the Ministry of the Environment, based in Quito the capital of Ecuador. WLT supports EcoMinga through the Buy an Acre fund and Keepers of the Wild appeal, while also working with them on a Reforestation programme and Carbon Balanced project.
NCI Ecuador is part of Nature and Culture International and is based in Loja, in southern Ecuador. WLT supports NCI Ecuador through the Buy an Acre fund and Keepers of the Wild appeal, while also working with them on the Carbon Balanced programme.
Fundación Pro-Bosque is based in Guayaquil, in western Ecuador. WLT works with Pro-Bosque on the Reforestation programme in the Cerro Blanco Protected Forest.
FUNDAECO is based in Guatemala City, the country’s capital. WLT works with FUNDAECO on the Tropical Forest and Wetlands project, supported through the Buy an Acre fund and Keepers of the Wild appeal.
AESMO is based in San Marcos de Ocotepeque, Honduras. WLT and AESMO are currently looking into potential projects.
Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) is based in New Delhi, the capital of India. WLT works with them on the Indian Elephant Corridors appeal, a Reforestation programme, and the Reef & Mangrove appeal.
Nature Kenya is based in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. WLT works with them on the Kenyan Grasslands project
HUTAN is based in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. WLT works with HUTAN on the Borneo Orang-utan appeal.
LEAP Spiral is based in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. WLT works with LEAP on the Borneo Orang-utan appeal.
Grupo Ecológico Sierra Gorda (GESG) is based in Querétaro state, central Mexico. WLT works with GESG on the Biodiversity of Sierra Gorda project, supported through the Buy an Acre fund and Keepers of the Wild appeal. We also work with them on a Carbon Balanced programme.
Guyra Paraguay is based in Asunción, the capital of Paraguay. WLT works with them on the Chaco/Pantanal project, supported through the Keepers of the Wild appeal. We are also working in collaboration with Guyra Paraguay on the Paraguay Forest Conservation Project, a REDD+ initiative.
Philippine Reef & Rainforest Conservation Foundation (PRRCFI) is based in Negros, Philippines. WLT partnered with them on the successfully completed Philippine Reef and Rainforest project. We continue to support them through the Reef & Mangrove appeal.
Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania (WCST) is based in Dar es Salaam, in eastern Tanzania. WLT works with them on a Reforestation programme.
The Conservation Volunteers (TCV), Gloucestershire branch partner with WLT to manage the Trust's only UK reserve Kites Hill.
Aves Uruguay is based in Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay. WLT and Aves Uruguay do not currently have an active project.
Asociación Civil Provita is based in Caracas, the capital of Venezuela. WLT works with Provita on the Dry Forests of Margarita Island project, supported through the Keepers of the Wild appeal.
Wildlife and Environmental Conservation Society of Zambia (WECSZ) is based in Lusaka, Zambia but has branches throughout the country. WECSZ is in the early stages of working on conservation projects with WLT.