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Kusiy, un jaguar bebe, toma su leche de una botella en Parque Ambue Ari; Crédito de la Foto: Claudie Ruel

Wildlife Rescue, Care & Rehabilitation

The foundation of CIWY’s work is to end the cruel practice of poaching, trafficking and sale of wildlife on the black market in Bolivia. We provide a better future and quality of life to animals rescued from these practices, rehabilitating them and relocating them to places similar to their natural habitat.

Los escolares observan una presentación sobre la biodiversidad

Environmental Education

CIWY’s origins lie in helping disadvantaged youth, and this continues to be an important aspect of our work. It is only through the education and inspiration of young people that the future of the wild animals can be improved. Through workshops, marches, demonstrations, educational entertainment and mentorship, we educate the public to build a better future.

Scientific Research

CIWY promotes the scientific study of the environment and species as a tool against habitat destruction, illegal trafficking and species decline. Throughout the years we have acquired substantial knowledge of the species and habitats surrounding CIWY’s sanctuaries. We provide the opportunity to carry out scientific research that can contribute to the understanding of our environment and the strength of the conservation mission.

Wildlife Rescue, Care & Rehabilitation

The foundation of CIWY’s work is to end the cruel practice of poaching, trafficking and sale of wildlife on the black market in Bolivia. We provide a better future and quality of life to animals rescued from these practices, rehabilitating them and relocating them to places similar to their natural habitat.

Environmental Education

CIWY’s origins lie in helping disadvantaged youth, and this continues to be an important aspect of our work. It is only through the education and inspiration of young people that the future of the wild animals can be improved. Through workshops, marches, demonstrations, educational entertainment and mentorship, we educate the public to build a better future.

Scientific Research

CIWY promotes the scientific study of the environment and species as a tool against habitat destruction, illegal trafficking and species decline. Throughout the years we have acquired substantial knowledge of the species and habitats surrounding CIWY’s sanctuaries. We provide the opportunity to carry out scientific research that can contribute to the understanding of our environment and the strength of the conservation mission.