We work with a diverse network of organizations and local, national, and international environmental
leaders to achieve change in Azuero. Below are some of our partners:
Banco Nacional de Panama is one of the most important banks in the country. As part of its institutional projection, it supports communities throughout the country promoting their art and culture; now they join as our partners to reinforce our environmental education programs.
We are pleased to announce Azuero Eco Foundation has joined 1% for the Planet as a nonprofit partner! This partnership is intended to advance our impact as well as involve more businesses and individuals in the environmental movement.
Initiative 20×20 is a country-led effort that aims to change the dynamics of land degradation in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Azuero Eco Foundation forms part of the Alliance for the Million Hectares of Reforested and Restored Hectares, Panama’s national Bonn Challenge Commitment spanning 20 years that is administered by MiAmbiente and Ancon, among others.
APTSO is a non-profit association directed by a group of pioneers in the fields of tourism, science and development that intends to spread sustainable tourism across both the private and public sectors in order to improve the environmental and common development of Panama.
The Azuero Eco Foundation has been a member of Panama’s City of Knowledge since December 2012. The City of Knowledge’s mission is being an international platform for knowledge management to promote sustainable development and the competitive advantages of Panama.
The ESRI Conservation Program, is the non-profit support arm of the Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI). Thanks to their generous donation of ArcGIS software and GIS learning resources, we have begun to comprehensively map conservation priorities on the Azuero Peninsula.
Global Giving is the first and largest global crowdfunding community that connects nonprofits, donors, and companies in nearly every country around the world. We make it possible for local organizations to access the funding, tools, training, and support they need to become more effective and make our world a better place.
The New York Declaration on Forests is a partnership of governments, multinational companies, civil society and indigenous peoples who strive to halve deforestation by 2020 and to end it by 2030.
The Azuero Eco Foundation shares a commitment with Perfect Earth Project to promote toxic free, nature based, landscape systems. We work together to explore and integrate innovative practices for engaging people and enhancing habitat.
Children and youth on a mission: Bring Back a Trillion Trees
The Azuero Eco Foundation forms a part of Ponte en Algo, a virtual platform that connects Panamanian citizens with causes and organizations that need them. Ponte en Algo’s webpage offers a diversity of professional development and volunteer opportunities within nonprofit and grassroots organizations in Panama. It includes a directory of nonprofits in Panama, as well as events, information and social sector news.
Reserva Ecologica Panamaes is a 560 hectare land tract on 4km of coastline in the Azuero Peninsula composed of properties whose owners are united in their vision to regenerate and conserve the terrestrial, coastal and oceanic ecosystems through sustainable land management.
URISA’s GISCorps provides volunteers that use GIS to assist with humanitarian, environmental, health, economic development and community projects around the world. GIS Corps volunteers frequently work to update and perform analysis for the Azuero Eco Foundation’s GIS database.
The Azuero Eco Foundation has worked with SOMASPA on various projects over the years, including research with SOMASPA and Southern Illinois University, Carbondale on wild feline species, including jaguars and ocelots, in Azuero’s Cerro Hoya National Park. SOMASPA unites a diverse network of research scientists performing field research on wildlife species from Chiriquí to Darién and promotes development of the scientific community in Panama.
Sumarse is Panama’s Corporate Social Responsibility network, affiliated with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. As Panama’s local network for the Global Compact, it works with diverse sectors across society to further sustainable development.
The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme contributes to peace and development through volunteerism worldwide. Online volunteering allows organizations and volunteers to team up to address sustainable development challenges – anywhere in the world, from any device.