We partner with forest communities to help them make an income that allows them to protect their forests. We do this by working with communities to develop and market products made out of raw materials found only in the rainforest or by providing services that are unique to rainforest. By developing the market for these products, locally, elsewhere in Latin America, and in the U.S., sales of these goods and services give residents a financial stake in protecting their forests.
As custodians of the rainforest, the Achuar maintain a rich culture, including endemic systems of economic and social organization.
The indigenous community of Chipaota is located in the upper Amazon basin adjoining the northwestern border of Cordillera Azul National Park in Peru.
The indigenous community of Chipaota is located in the upper Amazon basin adjoining the northwestern border of Cordillera Azul National Park in Northern Peru.
Since 2009, Rainforest Partnership has been the only non-profit organization working in the Colibri Cloudforest region with the neighboring communities of San Antonio and Calabaza
We aim to preserve, highlight, and share the importance of our passion for the forest with innovative technologies that engage the senses.
Deep in the Ecuadorian Amazon, nestled between the famed Yasuní National Park and Cuyabeno Natural Reserve lies Sani Isla.