ACK, based in Meibae Conservancy and Nairobi, promotes conservation of cheetahs in Kenya through research, awareness and community participation.
Organization dedicated to the adoption of stray dogs and cats and responsible pet ownership programs in Rapa Nui Island.
Dedicated to the care and protection of domestic animals and education of members of the community regarding animal welfare in the Altiplano of Chile.
Printing company in Viña del Mar, Chile developing educational materials for programs of responsible pet ownership and conservation of biodiversity in partnership with FIAA.
Municipal school educating students in a humanist-scientific environment with professional technical specialties, encouraging personal, artistic and ethical development.
FIAA initiative to create collaboration for conservation of wildlife and biodiversity among similarly dedicated groups in Chile.
Rescue center for stray and abandoned dogs and cats, especially senior animals, in Villarrica, Chile.
The IUCN/SSC organization dedicated to research and conservation of Xenarthans in the Americas, based in Mendoza, Argentina.
Organization in Santiago, Chile dedicated to raising awareness about the three species of armadillos existing in Chile through educational activities and research.
Indigenous association which promotes a healthy, innovative and sustainable environment for the breeding of camelids and production of artisanal textiles in the Altiplano of Chile.
Organization based in Sao Paulo, Brazil dedicated to reforestation, water conservation, environmental education projects and wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and release.
Cat Protection Trust is a non-profit shelter for cats and dogs founded by Indira Sahadevan in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Organization based in Cape Town, South Africa, whose primary goal is the conservation and co-existence of free roaming cheetah living on farmland areas by reducing human-wildlife conflict.
Clinic in Quilpue, Chile with different specialties dedicated to pet care.
Technical co-educational public charter school in Puente Alto, Santiago, Chile.
Private K-12 co-educational school based in Santiago, Chile.
Organized by the Tamandua Institute, the First International Congress of Xenarthra Conservation took place online Nov 30-Dec 3, 2020.
Legal office based in Valparaiso, Chile which collaborates with environmental groups and rescue centers for pets and wildlife.
Radio program dedicated to social education for responsible pet ownership in Aysen, Chile.
African wildlife organization based in Samburu, Isiolo and Nairobi, Kenya conserving lions and other large carnivores by promoting coexistence between people and wildlife.
Organization dedicated to wildlife tourism and the production of educational materials related to wildlife conservation, based in Punta Arenas, Chile.
Progressive, co-educational, independent K-12 school founded by Quakers in 1784 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Non-profit organization working in conservation of native fauna, educational programs, wildlife research and projects of wild animal rescue, rehabilitation and re-wilding.
Organization based in Rapa Nui Island dedicated to responsible pet ownership, sterilization and media campaigns.
Association for the welfare, research and development of camelids in the Highlands of Chile.
A long-term domestic animal campaign in collaboration with core partners in Meibae, Kenya to vaccinate and monitor the impact of mass vaccination against rabies and distemper.
Independent wildlife conservation Trust registered in Kenya dedicated towards saving the endangered Grevy’s zebra in the community rangelands of Kenya and Ethiopia.
Government of Rapa Nui Island with the mission to serve their community and environment.
Non-governmental organization based in Parnaiba, Brazil dedicated to rescue and scientific research of anteaters and sloths.
Biosphere Reserve preserving habitat for native species of fauna, flora and fungi, an important corridor for huemul and a center for education about biodiversity.
Production company based in Rapa Nui Island dedicated to creating environmental and cultural film projects.
Ewaso Lions’ campaign to promote vaccination and sterilizations of dogs and cats to create a healthier balance between people, livestock, wildlife and the environment in Northern Kenya.
Sebastian Yancovic Pakarati has written the first guidebook to birds of Rapa Nui, Aves de Rapa Nui, with illustrations by Gabriela Esparza Gomez.
Foundation based in the wetlands of Concon, Chile dedicated to environmental educational programs and the rescue, rehabilitation and re-insertion of wildlife.
Organization based in Maitencillo-Punchuncavi, Chile dedicated to the conservation of chungungos (Lontra Felina) through community educational activities and otter rescue.
Medical Veterinary school of PUC in Santiago of Chile.
Municipal program dedicated to animal welfare and health in Rapa Nui Island.
Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation center based in Cajon del Maipo, Santiago, Chile.
Orphaned and abandoned elephant calves are rescued and released back into wild herds, creating much needed benefits to the local people that live alongside them.
Chilean private university established in 1988. It belongs to the Laureate International Universities group of private universities.
“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.”