Sea Turtle Hatchling Season Supporter Island Conservation Supporter Santa Maria, Cape Verde Project Biodiversity
With this programme, you will work in natural reserves in Sal Island, learning how to manage these areas and detect different threats they face, and help fight them.
Sea Turtle Nesting Season Supporter Santa Maria, Cape Verde Project Biodiversity
During the nesting season, volunteers participate in night patrols to protect and collect data on nesting sea turtles, hatchling releases, and community outreach.
Sea Turtle Hatchling Season Supporter Santa Maria, Cape Verde Project Biodiversity
Volunteers are responsible for the monitoring of sea turtle nests in the hatchery and on the nesting beaches, helping with the release of baby turtles.

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Project Details

Project Biodiversity is a Cabo Verdean organization committed to conserving and restoring the island’s unique ecosystems.

Project Biodiversity is a Cabo Verdean organization committed to conserving and restoring the island’s unique ecosystems. Based on the island of Sal, the project implements community-based initiatives that promote conservation and a better understanding of the island’s natural resources while increasing economic opportunities for the growing local community. Our Mission Implement conservation programmes that foster a model for sustainable growth by protecting Cabo Verde's natural ecosystems and paving the way for a more vibrant community - one that is both environmentally conscious and economically strong. Our Vision A world in which humans and nature can thrive together; where communities practice sustainable use and management of natural resources and are committed to protecting them - ultimately giving back in return.
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NPO Status
Yes, registered non-profit organization
Contact Person
Project Biodiversity
Project Biodiversity
Spoken Languages
English
Portuguese
Spanish

Social Impact

Since 2015, Project Biodiversity has been protecting many km of beaches across the island of Sal, protecting its biodiversity, which is vital for a healthy island.

Each year, Project Biodiversity employs dozens of locals from Sal Island and other Cape Verdean islands, with the goal to engage the community with the conservation of the environment. We also work with environmental education, visiting different schools, children centres, and others across the island. In the past years, we have worked with over 3000 students, sharing information about environmental conservation, health, sustainability.

Pursued Sustainable Development Goals

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