Standing together for a strong civil society partnership for conservation
NABU is part of a strong global network of conservation NGOs around the world: BirdLife International.
As an active partner of this network we support organisational and capacity development, raise funds and collaborate for projects and join in for campaigning with our worldwide partners. Together we can play a critical role in conservation standing up for threatened habitats and species.
Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 crisis, many environmental NGOs are facing additional operational challenges and financial constraints—all of which may last for a considerable time. At the same time, shrinking economies, little priority of governments on nature when providing emergency funding to support recovery, unemployment, and imperatives to restart economic activities are driving increased exploitation of nature and unsustainable development.
More than ever, conservation NGOs need support to step in and protect key sites and habitats, and advocate for sustainable development options.
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Amongst others, NABU currently works with ...
➣ ASITY Madagacar
➣ Birds Russia
➣ Burung Indonesia
➣ Ethiopian Wildlife and Natural History Society
➣ Nature Kenya
➣ Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union of Tajikistan
➣ Nature Tanzania
➣ NABU Kavkaz
➣ NATURAMA (BirdLife Burkina Faso)
➣ SOS Forets Ivory Coast
➣ Uzbekistan Society for the Protection of Birds
what we do
Vast expanses of Afromontane cloud forest, rainforest, dense bamboo forests, wetlands, floodplains and peatlands characterise the Kafa Biosphere Reserve in south-west Ethiopia: At least 650,000 people live in the premises of Kafa Biosphere Reserve. more →