The Amazon, and the millions of people who call the rainforest home, are seeing the effects of the current global pandemic.

Local forest communities and indigenous peoples are particularly vulnerable to the pandemic as they lack access to proper care and face constant invasions and loss of their ancestral lands. As a local organization in Peru and Bolivia, our staff – the majority of whom are from the very communities they support – work to empower these local communities, indigenous peoples, and government officials to make conservation happen in the Amazon. Their jobs just got harder because of the pandemic. We’re now finding innovative ways of using technology to keep conservation moving forward, but we need your help.

You can help ensure they can continue working to support local people in keeping the rainforest protected for a healthy future beyond COVID-19.

Learn more about the impact of your donation at: https://www.amazonconservation.org/take-action/emergency-support-covid19/

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Emergency Support for the Amazon and its People for a Future beyond COVID-19

by Amazon Conservation


The Amazon, and the millions of people who call the rainforest home, are seeing the effects of the current global pandemic.

Local forest communities and indigenous peoples are particularly vulnerable to the pandemic as they lack access to proper care and face constant invasions and loss of their ancestral lands. As a local organization in Peru and Bolivia, our staff – the majority of whom are from the very communities they support – work to empower these local communities, indigenous peoples, and government officials to make conservation happen in the Amazon. Their jobs just got harder because of the pandemic. We’re now finding innovative ways of using technology to keep conservation moving forward, but we need your help.

You can help ensure they can continue working to support local people in keeping the rainforest protected for a healthy future beyond COVID-19.

Learn more about the impact of your donation at: https://www.amazonconservation.org/take-action/emergency-support-covid19/