What we do
Rainforest Partnership protects standing tropical rainforests by working directly with local and indigenous communities, organizations, and governments at all levels in community-centered conservation projects.
We target the root causes of deforestation and sustain long-lasting rainforest conservation through:
- Community empowerment and sustainable livelihoods
- Conservation management and forest regeneration
- Biodiversity research and environmental education
- Global activation and engagement programs
From the Peruvian Tropical Andes to the Ecuadorian Amazon, our holistic, ground-up solutions and trust-based partnerships support resilient communities, preserve and regenerate critical ecosystems, and create long-lasting conservation impact.
Explore our projects on the ground using the map below:
Working directly with indigenous and local communities as guardians and economic participants, our integrated approach supports sustainable livelihoods, thriving biodiversity, and long-term forest protection.
Energized by our on-the-ground partners leading conservation projects and a diverse coalition of local and global collaborators, our projects in Peru and Ecuador drive powerful impact for rainforests and all who rely on them.
Our Global Initiatives
We convene, educate, and inspire individuals and organizations around the world to empower and accelerate the systemic change necessary to scale radical global action and conservation impact to end deforestation by 2030.
Our 360° conservation model targets the social, economic, and political root causes of deforestation. We build trust-based partnerships with local and indigenous communities, organizations, and governments at all levels to understand their needs and collectively develop solutions.
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Why Rainforest Partnership?
Our holistic, partnership-based, and people-powered solutions generate higher impact at lower costs.
Our team is on the ground every day, working together with rainforest communities and local stakeholders of all kinds. That's why our results are real, immediate, and lasting.
Our holistic strategy targets the root causes of deforestation, both locally and globally, bringing us closer to our global goal of ending deforestation by 2030.
Scroll for some of our successes in 2021:
In 2021 alone, our work led to the ongoing conservation and durable protection of 1.16 million acres of rainforest in Peru, Ecuador, and along the Peru-Brazil border.
We partnered with 9 communities from 6 indigenous peoples to conserve, defend, and manage 112,851 acres of primary forest along the Peru-Brazil border.
We brought together community and government representatives from 6 Protected Areas to collaborate on long-term conservation of 900,000+ acres in the Cordillera de Colán in the Peruvian Tropical Andes.
UN Sustainable Development Goals
We design our projects to be resilient, forward-thinking, and grounded both in local leadership and in global strategy on forest protection, climate mitigation, biodiversity conservation, and the development of just and
These are the UN SDGs that our work fulfills.
Join Rainforest Partnership as we protect tropical rainforests,
critical places on Earth for biodiversity and climate sustainability.
The time is now! For the forest, for our planet, for our future!
Rainforest Partnership accepts multiple forms of donations
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How will my donation help?
Restoration of 1 acre of the disappearing Tropical Andes cloudforests
Provides 1 child a kit of materials to take courses in the Corosha district (notebook, pens, pencils and brochures) and installs a forest nursery for native species in the Cerros de Amotape National Park
Two community rangers tour the Hierba Buena Allpayacu Communal Private Conservation Area in order to monitor the conservation status of its montane forests and the unique species that inhabit there.
Support the management of 300 hectares of the San Pedro de Vice Mangrove Ramsar Site by training an association of tourist guides