Jatun Sacha.org

(Homepage also in espanol)

Welcome – The work of Jatun Sacha /CDC-Ecuador Alliance is to Promote the conservation of forest, aquatic, and mountain ecosystems of Ecuador. Jatun Sacha does this through technical training, scientific research, environmental education, natural resource management, and community development involving structural organization with local peoples.

Homepage in english: The Jatun Sacha Foundation was established in the Ecuadorian Amazon in 1985. The foundation is a nonprofit, private Ecuadorian, non-governmental organization dedicated to the conservation, investigation and management of ecologically important habitats, environmental education and community development. The principal lines of action of the organization are the conservation of eco-systems and cultural diversity through private reserves, environmental education, sustainable development projects and research that promote the improvement of the quality of life of the people living in the zones of influence of its activities.

Our reserves;
Educational Programs and Ecology Courses;
Ecuador Volunteer Programs;
Student field research and academic program;
Scout Programs;
Internship Program;
Extra Services for Vollunteers;
Community english teaching.

Contact: Oficinas, Pasaje Eugenio de Santillán N34-248 y Maurián, Urbanización Rumipamba. Tel: (5932) 2432-240/173, 3317163/3318191, Fax: 3318-156, P.O.Box 17-12-867, e-mail for info, e-mail for volunteers.



Volunteering in Ecuador with the Jatun Sacha Foundation
: The Jatun Sacha Foundation (JSF) offers Ecuador volunteer programs with opportunities to develop a wide variety of activities including data field research, environmental education, community service, plant conservation, agroforestry, and reserve maintenance along with the smaller objectives that include the promotion of biodiversity conservation, research, education, and other community programs.

Activities are carried out in each of our 8 biological stations.

Along with the smaller objectives that include the promotion of biodiversity conservation, research, education, and other community programs … (full text).

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