Teamwork Achieves Goals.

Consulting Advice

With more than 20 years of experience in domestic animal care, wildlife protection and conservation, FIAA has found that collaboration is the best way to help local organizations find solutions and accomplish their goals.

Working in countries as diverse as Brazil, Chile, Norway, United States, Kenya, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Easter Island, Peru, Colombia and Argentina, FIAA over the years has realized that difficult and apparently different issues often have similarities, offering solutions that bridge continents, succeeding because of the collaboration and teamwork of passionate, dedicated people everywhere.

Advising and Consulting

FIAA advises and consults in diverse areas:

  • Creating an ONG (Non-Governmental Organization)—Why and How
  • Organizing community sterilization campaigns for domestic animals
  • Designing a shelter for abandoned domestic animals
  • Guiding successful adoptions for domestic animals
  • Designing an educational and/or veterinary outreach program for local communities
  • Creating and organizing a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation organization
  • Establishing a healthy relationship with local authorities
  • Building and maintaining donor loyalty
  • Creating a marketing campaign for a non-profit organization
  • International networking in species conservation

Cornejo y San Martin Abogados, our legal advisors in Chile, help us with all legal matters for new organizations, NGOs and foundations.

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The relationship between people, animals and environmental health is synergistic.

“Successful conservation needs to simultaneously educate people, restore wild and urban landscapes and reestablish healthy animal populations. We are finally coming to the understanding that the relationship between people, animals and environmental health is synergistic. As we build our cities and protect our wildlands, FIAA keeps this crucial relationship in focus. We finally have a conservation approach that recognizes the delicate inter-relationships between animals, people and place and understands that we need to actively exercise care. Bravo FIAA for bringing us to a new threshold of conservation that includes us all.

FIAA is helping those of us in the construction industry learn how to share the habitat with animals, both wild and domestic, by putting compassion at the center of design. Seeing their work, we become inspired to make places where humans can engage in strong support of the animals, both domestic and wild. Through FIAA’s holistic approach to both the protection of wild animals, the care of domesticated animals and the education of those who will care for them, we can have hope that our world may regain a healthy outcome.”

Prof. Jody Rosenblatt Naderi, Landscape Architect, MLB Harvard GSD, Distinguished Irving Professor at Ball State University, Indiana, Visiting Scholar CEAR, University British Columbia-O, Canada, Special Faculty College of Architecture, HIT, Harbin, China