Our Purpose

We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with an unwavering dedication
to protect endangered species and vanishing habitats worldwide.

Our Priorities

Education

We instill empathy toward nature and wildlife in children and adults.

How We Foster Stewardship

Capacity Building

We empower individuals to tackle conservation challenges and find practical solutions.

How We Advance Sustainability

Research

We use cutting-edge methodologies to improve biodiversity conservation.

How We Save Species and Habitats

Our Pride

Our Progress

Greening Tarakeshwar – A Model Community for Nepal

Tarakeshwar is a municipality in Kathmandu, Nepal that is on a mission to become an emerald city. This area lies in the buffer zone of Shivapuri Nagarjun Natonal Park and abuts Nagarjun Forest Reserve. Mr. Bishwanath Rijal (Nepal Program Coordinator) has spent the past few months helping local communities organize several afforestation events. What is […]

LVDI International and GERP Forge Partnership to Save Madagascar’s Lemurs

LVDI International and Groupe d’Étude et de Recherche sur les Primates de Madagascar (GERP) have established a formal accord to further expand our joint efforts in the realm of conservation, research and education in the Maromizaha Protected Area (MPA), located in eastern Madagascar. There, along with our partners from the Department of Life Sciences and […]

LVDI Delegates Attend Inaugural African Primatological Society Congress

LVDI International commends Mr. Mariano Houngbedji (Benin Education Program Coordinator) for his leadership role as a member of the African Primatological Society (APS) Steering Committee. He and other dedicated range-country conservationists have been drafting the Society’s constitution for this newly formed organization. Mr. Houngbedji, Ms. Chrystelle Dakpogan (Benin Conservation Program Coordinator) and Ms. Rose Marie […]

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