Connecting Globally, Rooted in the Amazon

While our efforts span across the entire American continent, we refrain from establishing fixed branches beyond the confines of the Amazon Rainforest, considering it to be the core of our work in the Americas. Nonetheless, we extend an open invitation to individuals worldwide who wish to inquire about our Fund, Grants, and various initiatives. Don't hesitate to reach out to us if you have any inquiries; we are eager to receive your messages and provide comprehensive responses addressing any queries related to our endeavors.

Our Strategic Office Locations

Our organization has deliberately established its primary operational bases in two distinct and significant locations: Santa Cruz de la Sierra and Manaus, Brazil. These carefully selected sites embody the essence of our work and reflect our commitment to making a tangible impact.

In Santa Cruz de la Sierra, our office at 3065 Avenida Japon, Tercer Anillo Externo, serves as a dynamic center where ideas converge and initiatives take shape. This bustling city, known for its economic significance and cultural diversity, provides a vibrant backdrop for our endeavors.

Meanwhile, in Manaus, Brazil, our presence at Av. Djalma Batista, 1719, Ed. Atlantic Tower, signifies our engagement with the unique challenges and opportunities presented by this remarkable region. Manaus, nestled amidst the lush Amazon rainforest, is a gateway to environmental conservation and holds immense potential for sustainable development.

Fostering Meaningful Connections and Cultural Preservation

As an environmental NGO dedicated to preserving and protecting the cultural and linguistic heritage of indigenous communities, we are committed to maintaining daily conversations with the communities where we work."Our leadership is also based 90% in South America and the vast majority represent cultural, diasporic, and language groups on the brink of disappearing.

"Every time a language dies, it takes with it a unique way of looking at the world, a unique way of understanding and interacting with the environment, and a unique way of being human."


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