A capuchin monkey eats at Parque Machía; Photo Credit: Víctor Fernández
CIWY takes pride in its transparency and sound financial management. The sanctuaries operate on a very lean budget, with minimal overhead costs. Every year we produce a financial report that provides an overview of our funding sources and expenditures. This allows us to show the public how we allocate our budget for the betterment of the animals.
2019 Annual Report (coming soon)
2019 Profit and Loss Statement (coming soon)
2018 Annual Report (coming soon)
2018 Profit and Loss Statement
2017 Profit and Loss Statement
2016 Profit and Loss Statement
2015 Profit and Loss Statement
2014 Profit and Loss Statement
2013 Profit and Loss Statement
2012 Profit and Loss Statement
2011 Annual Report
2010 Annual Report
Comunidad Inti Wara Yassi (CIWY) is a Bolivian Non-Governmental Organisation engaged in protecting wildlife rescued from illegal trafficking and the conservation of ecosystems. Across its three wildlife sanctuaries, CIWY has cared for thousands of animals over the years, providing for them a better quality of life and a future in their natural habitat. CIWY has been in operation since 1992 and is today recognised internationally for its work in wildlife care and rehabilitation.
Part of the extended CIWY family are Friends of Inti Wara Yassi UK and Friends of Inti Wara Yassi Australia, two international nonprofits founded and run by former volunteers to facilitate fundraising and permit tax-deductible donations for British and Australian taxpayers.