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Hear what our grantees in Bagladesh are saying.
The SOS Impact
What our grantees say
This short film featuring three different SOS Grantees illustrates the benefits we are helping bring to threatened turtles, tigers and dolphins, their habitats and the communities that depend on those habitats in Bangladesh.
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SOS is a global coalition to conserve threatened species and their habitats. We work with the conservation community to carry out our SOS projects all over the world, granting funds to our conservation partner organizations. If you are interested in applying for a grant please check out our instructions at Projects / Apply for a grant.
Case Study: Tree Kangaroo Friendly Coffee - A Triple Win Story
Endangered: Matschie’s Tree Kangaroo under pressure from habitat loss
Community based land-use planning is at the heart of the issue
A series of land-use planning workshops helps generate the triple-win solution
People walked walk long distances to participate in the project
Setting aside land for high value coffee gives Tree Kangaroos more space to live
A premium brand of Tree Kangaroo-friendly coffee for export transforms livelihoods
The first batch ready for export...but not before...
Community members and Karau Kuna enjoy a fresh brew together
Meanwhile US Coffee aficionados can support Tree Kangaroo Conservation with every cup
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"SOS has assisted the Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program to work more closely with the landowners to set their priorities in land use plans. The plans should help take pressure off pristine ecosystems, allow sustainable use of ecosystem products and services, and enhance livelihood potential".
Best breeding season yet for Mediterranean Monk Seal colony
Mercedes Muñoz Cañas, Project Technician with SOS Grantee CBD-Habitat, an IUCN Member, shares encouraging news from the Mediterranean monk seal (Monachus monachus) sanctuary at Cabo Blanco, ...
Twenty young Siamese crocs get a head start in life
According to SOS grantee Jackson Frechette, the recent release into the wild of twenty juvenile Critically Endangered Siamese Crocodiles (Crocodylus siamensis) represents a significant step forward fo...
Saola rangers use SMART technology to improve law enforcement in Protected Areas in Laos
In early 2013, SOS funded two Saola (Pseudoryx nghetinhensis) conservation projects in Laos and Vietnam. Classified as Critically Endangered by the IUCN Red List, SOS selected each for their impact an...
Eagle soars over London to launch art exhibit supporting threatened species
This week, an Eastern Imperial Eagle named Darshan flew over London’s Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral, and the Olympic Park with a Sony Action Cam strapped to its back to promote the opening of the ...
Ziyuan Fir discovery brings new hope for one of China’s most threatened trees
Twenty-one Ziyuan Fir (Abies ziyuanensis) trees have been discovered after eight months of intensive fieldwork in Yinzhulaoshan Provincial Nature Reserve (NR), Guangxi, China according to David Gill f...