Together with our partners, Wild Earth Allies protects vital areas of our natural world for the benefit of wildlife, habitats, and people. Our collaborative efforts deliver tangible impact in priority terrestrial and marine ecosystems globally.
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kahuzi-Biega National Park and its surrounding areas hold a wealth of natural resources. Despite this natural wealth, many residents near the park live in extreme poverty. With our partner Primate Expertise, Wild Earth Allies reaches 13 villages in the area with vital livelihood support.
In the DRC, gorilla tourism provides essential revenue for parks, communities, and conservation efforts. Our partner Primate Expertise recently habituated a new family group of Grauer’s gorillas in Kahuzi-Biega National Park. Following two years of strong work by the habituation team, the Mpungwe gorilla group is ready to receive tourists.
Sunda pangolins have walked the Earth for 60 million years. Today, they are critically endangered across their range in Southeast Asia. In 2022, Wild Earth Allies began a crucial, yearlong conservation project to monitor, research, and protect Sunda pangolins in Cambodia’s Cardamoms Mountains.
Wild Earth Allies is teaming up with the Fisheries Administration, Action Education, and coastal communities to protect blue swimming crab populations in Cambodia.
Wild Earth Allies speaks with Didiher Chacón, Founder and Director of the Latin American Sea Turtles Association (LAST), about the importance of leatherbacks and how we can engage coastal communities in the protection of these fascinating marine reptiles.
Wild Earth Allies’ community-based work shows that saving at-risk wildlife is possible when we put people and their well-being at the heart of our conservation efforts.
Wild Earth Allies is proud to announce a new partnership with the African Conservation and Development Foundation (ACDEF) and 13 communities, including one Indigenous Ba’Aka community, to strengthen the management of vital forests and enhance human well-being near the Dja Biosphere Reserve.
In celebration of World Water Day, Wild Earth Allies is proud to share that we have installed more than 500 household water tanks with Imbereheza Gahunga—a major milestone in our plan to build 1,000 tanks together.
On the beaches of El Salvador, community-based conservation efforts are making extraordinary strides in the fight to save critically endangered hawksbill sea turtles in ways that benefit people, too.