Since it was set up in 2004, the Foundation has funded over 300 projects throughout the world. You can use the search engine below to have a complete overview of these projects, or select specific projects and gain access to their fact sheets or experience notes.
A wealth of information on the path the Foundation has followed, the partnerships it has formed, and the results it has achieved.
IMPORTANT NOTE: In order to fulfil its mission, the Foundation regularly reviews the scope of its operations. Some geographical areas or sectors of action that previously received funding but are no longer part of our current operations may therefore appear during your search.
Please note that the Foundation currently funds initiatives in four sectors of intervention: Sustainable agriculture, Sustainable fishing, Biodiversity conservation, and Sustainable technologies. These are distributed over six geographical areas: Ecuador, Peru, Laos, Cambodia, Mozambique and the coastal area of West Africa.
The Madre de Dios, in southern Peruvian Amazon, is considered Peru’s richest region in terms of biodiversity, mostly covered by protected areas and occupied by ...»
Forestlink: Real-time monitoring to empower indigenous peoples to protect the Amazon rainforest
Cocoa production is by far the most important source of monetary income for most Ashaninka families, for this reason, this project attempts to increase Ashaninka ...»