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Jabiru Stork in Rupununi Wetlands

Sweet Water Campaign Website Launched in Guyana

WWF-Guianas launched its Sweet Water campaign for freshwater protection in Guyana. The campaign website, sweetwater.gy, explains the urgent need for ...

31 Aug 2021 Read more »
Students of the Bina Hill Institute

Vacancy Announcement: Consultant - Supporting Sustainable Livelihoods Project

As part of the vision for a sustainably managed Rupununi landscape, WWF-Guianas is seeking a suitably qualified consultant to lead a project aimed ...

08 Jul 2021 Read more »
Pantera onca

Vacancy Announcement - Governance Coordinator

Do you want to contribute to Guyana by supporting government, business and civil society including communities, in embracing the value and importance ...

23 Jun 2021 Read more »
Signing of turtle monitoring agreement with indigenous community of Galibi.

Samen met inheemse gemeenschap Galibi voor behoud zeeschildpadden

Samen met de inheemse gemeenschap van Galibi een overeenkomst getekend voor de monitoring en het toezicht op de legstranden zeeschildpadden op Galibi

16 Jun 2021 Read more »

 

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Biodiversity Assessment Survey of the Kaieteur Plateau and Upper Potaro, Guyana

Biodiversity Assessment Survey of the Kaieteur Plateau and Upper Potaro, Guyana

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Office in Guyana in collaboration with Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC) launches today the secpnd in a series of reports ...

17 Nov 2017 Read more »

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