Women for Conservation

Sustainable Livelihoods

Empowering Women’s Culinary Microbusinesses

Women for Conservation seeks to promote women’s economic empowerment in ways that mutually benefit rural communities and biodiversity conservation. Earlier this month, we celebrated the graduation of 15 women from

Progress Update from Nepal

Since 2020, Women for Conservation has been partnering with Birds Nepal in a three-pronged conservation initiative promoting family planning education, environmental education, and ecotourism. This project focuses on providing resources

Empowering Women in Nature

Colombia is one of the most biologically diverse countries on the planet, attracting high levels of nature-based tourism. Women for Conservation is building a sustainable future for rural communities in these eco-hotspots by training residents as bird guides with lessons in bird identification and English language skills.

Delivering Urgent Relief to Families Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

As the coronavirus pandemic sweeps across the globe, food scarcity is a rising problem, particularly in developing nations like Colombia. Women for Conservations is turning its attention to urgent relief efforts, supplying families in key biodiversity conservation sites with much-needed food supplies and basic necessities.