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Get involved

YOUR DREAMS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN HOW TO LEAVE A LEGACY….JOIN PARTNERS FOR CONSERVATION? GO BY YOUR CHOICE WITH US:


Partners For Conservation offers a range of opportunities to any stakeholders interested in playing a role in the biodiversity management for sustainability. This includes honorary membership, internship tourism, voluntourism, scientific tourism, capstone and practicum and donations.

  1. Honorary membership: it is an opportunity for individual and/or institutions willing to contribute to a sustainable conservation of biodiversity through advisory commitments, sharing experience and advocacy.
  2. Internship tourism: it’s an integration of internship services and tourism. Objectively, this an opportunity for applicant to develop both individual’s knowledge and skills and gain practical experience in biodiversity management mechanisms. Interns are placed in accordance with personal field of interests. Priority areas include but not limited to: teaching including languages, women empowerment, entrepreneurship, Development of Community Based Organizations, Grants and proposal writing, fundraising, website management, Public Health, Water and Sanitation, Researches and surveys, Poverty alleviation, Agro-forestry, Social-economic integration, tourism development, environmental education.

PFC provides opportunity for in-house and online internship. It is open to local and non-local applicants.

  1. Voluntourism: it is an integration of volunteering services and tourism. Objectively, this is an opportunity for applicant to enjoy holidays while contributing to addressing the needs of under-privileged and under-served communities towards a sustainable management of the biodiversity. Priority areas include but not limited to: teaching including languages, women empowerment, entrepreneurship, Development of Community Based Organizations, Grants and proposal writing, fundraising, website management, Public Health, Water and Sanitation, Researches and surveys, Poverty alleviation, Agro-forestry, Social-economic integration, tourism development, environmental education.

PFC provides opportunity for in-house and online volunteering. It is open to local and non-local applicants.

  1. Scientific tourism: it is an opportunity for travelers to enjoy their leisure times while contributing to the sustainable conservation of local biodiversity. Objectively, the programme is designed to trigger creative works in order to systematically increase the stock of knowledge about ecosystem and the use of this knowledge to devise for increased understanding of long-term viability and conservation values for adaptive ecosystem management. It is open to local and non-local applicants

Donations:  It is an opportunity for individual and/or institutions willing to contribute to a sustainable conservation of biodiversity through donations, bequeath, funds and grants.

HERE’S WHAT HAD TO SAY SOME OF PREVIOUS DREAMERS LIKE YOU:
SYDNEY KAMEN  [97australia@gmail.com]
“I spent the summer of 2016 in Rwanda where I had
the opportunity to travel all over the beautiful and
intricate country. I had the privilege to volunteer and
work with Partners for Conservation, where I spent a
significant amount of my time in Musanze, a district
in the North struggling with malnutrition and the
consequences of historical and ongoing
marginalization. Through my time spent with
Partners for Conservation, I learned about mal- and
undernutrition, as well as sustainable, cost-effective
and culturally sensitive best practices. I am very
impressed with the organization, its team, and am
honored to have had the opportunity to support
them!”
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Brianna Wolfe (wolfe.brianna02@gmail.com)

“I was in Rwanda the summer of 2016 for two months working for partners for                               
conservation. Partners for conservation was an enriching experience that taught me about public health, and has helped me further my education by being out in the field. Being able to connect with people on the ground level really made this experience one to remember.”