School Support - Tutor in Bolivian Amazon Independent Research in Bolivian Amazon Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
We are looking for independent researchers to study the biodiversity at the Aquicuana Reserve, list and suggest observation projects.
Plant Identification & Mapping in Bolivian Amazon Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
We are looking for a Plant Medicine Inventory Project. Working with a local informant, we will identify, photograph, and help write a guide to Aquicuana Reserve’s plants
English Teaching in Bolivian Amazon Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
Teach English in 2 rural communities in Riberalta, Bolivia. Support sustainable community development and conservation actions around the Aquicuana Reserve.
Yoga Teacher and Meditation in the Bolivian Amazon Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
Teach yoga and meditation in 2 rural communities in Riberalta, Bolivia. Support sustainable community development and conservation actions at the Aquicuana Reserve.
Photographer and Film Producer in Bolivian Amazon Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
Sustainable Bolivia is currently looking for photographers or movie producers to help out in promoting its activities, content creation and more.
Grant writer for sustainability Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
We need experienced grant researchers and writers to write proposals for unrestricted administrative funding, funding for development and sustainability programs.
Construction and Maintenance in Bolivian Amazon Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
Help in construction and maintenance in our facilities inside the Aquicuana Reserve. Support sustainable community development and conservation actions.
School Support - Tutor in Bolivian Amazon Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
Give afterschool support in 2 rural communities in Riberalta, Bolivia. Support sustainable community development and conservation actions at the Aquicuana Reserve.
Community Based Ecotourism Coordinator Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
We're looking for volunteers To support conservation efforts and provide a sustainable income by promoting local ecotourism projects.
Graphic Designer in the Bolivian Amazon Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
Sustainable Bolivia is looking for graphic designers to support conservation & sustainable development in 2 rural communities in Riberalta & the Aquicuana Reserve.
Marketing and Social Media Assistant in Bolivia Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
Sustainable Bolivia is currently looking for a marketing & social media volunteer to help out in promoting its activities, content creation and more
Teach Enviromental Education in Bolivian Amazon Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
Teach environmental education in 2 rural communities in Riberalta, Bolivia. Support sustainable community development and conservation actions at the Aquicuana Reserve.
Sports Coach in Bolivian Amazon Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
Teach Sports and PE in 2 rural communities in Riberalta, Bolivia. Support sustainable community development and conservation actions around the Aquicuana Reserve.
Mycologist in Bolivian Amazon Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
We are looking for a mycologist to study fungi at the Aquicuana Reserve, list and suggest observation projects.
Chef or Nutritionist in Bolivian Amazon Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
Sustainable Bolivia is looking for volunteers who can help with cooking healthy veggie meals for the team, kitchen logistics and do workshops with rural communities.
Art Residency in Bolivian Amazon Riberalta, Bolivia Sustainable Bolivia
The residency is for artists who can adapt and work independently on their project and develop their own network of contacts in Riberalta.

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Project Details

Founded in 2007, Sustainable Bolivia is an international non-profit organization with conservation and sustainable development initiatives in the Bolivian Amazon

Founded in 2007, Sustainable Bolivia (SB) is a 501 (c) 3 international non-profit organization with conservation and sustainable development initiatives in the Bolivian Amazon.


Our Work in the Aquicuana Reserve

In 2016, we helped secure protection for more than 20,000 hectares of rainforest, establishing the Aquicuana Reserve. Inside the Reserve, we partner with local communities and oversee projects focused on community-based ecotourism, conservation and resource management, and environmental education/research.


Our Work in Riberalta

In the nearby city of Riberalta, SB supports local organizations with volunteer placementsand micro-grant funding.  We provide local scholarships and organize internships, art residencies, and research opportunities for international students and professionals.  We also oversee a Spanish and Indigenous Language School providing instruction in the native Chacobo, Cavineño and Ese Ejja languages.


The main focus of the project is on
NPO Status
Yes, registered non-profit organization
Foundation Year
2006
Contact Person
Erik Taylor
Spoken Languages
Spanish
English

Social Impact

Our mission is to promote economic and environmental sustainability through international collaboration with local Bolivian initiatives while providing international students and professionals access to global educational opportunities and practical work experience.

We make a social impact through various programmes that we have:
  • Support to the two communities in the Aquicuana Reserve (ongoing building of a restaurant for a community, looking for funds for a running water project)
  • Support and promote conservation and reforestation efforts
  • Support activities around environmental promotion and research 
  • Send skilled volunteers to local organizations that need them
  • Support local organizations through a micro fund programme for specific projects
  • Support local young people and help them accesssing to education with a scholarship programme

Pursued Sustainable Development Goals

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