What our grantees say

This short film featuring three different SOS Grantees illustrates the benefits we are helping bring to threatened turtles, tigers and dolphins, their habitats and the communities that depend on those habitats in Bangladesh.


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SOS is a global coalition to conserve threatened species and their habitats. We work with the conservation community to carry out our SOS projects all over the world, granting funds to our conservation partner organizations. If you are interested in applying for a grant please check out our instructions at Projects / Apply for a grant.

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Karau Kuna, UN Equator Prize Winner
12A_34_05, Livelihoods Coordinator Ben Sipa and GIS Coordinator Karau Kuna with YUS Conservation Coffee,  Mark Ziembicki, SOS Save Our Species, SOS
"SOS has assisted the Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program to work more closely with the landowners to set their priorities in land use plans. The plans should help take pressure off pristine ecosystems, allow sustainable use of ecosystem products and services, and enhance livelihood potential".
  • pygmy hippo, protected area Wonegizi
    First steps to protecting key Pygmy Hippo habitat in Liberia
    Pygmy Hippos  (Hippopotamus guldbergi) – and moreover, conservation of this critically endangered species, and their forest habitat – are little known, underfunded and largely ignored.
  • SOS Mosaic
    SOS is Your Story
    The SOS story is made of many individual stories – those of the species, community members, rangers, law enforcers, project volunteers, community members, schoolchildren, species experts, logistics pe...
  • Manta Rays in the Maldives
    Getting #SeriousAboutWildlifeCrime
    What do camels use to hide themselves? Camelflauge of course! If you search the Internet for wildlife jokes, you will find many – some good, some not so good. But you will find them.
  • sea turtles, Sierra Leone
    “The outbreak of the Ebola virus caused some setbacks for the project but we are finding our way through” Edward Aruna, Project Coordinator for an SOS funded Sierra Leone sea turtle conservation project.
    Of the world’s seven marine turtle species, five are known to occur along the Sierra Leone coast, including: loggerheads (Caretta caretta), green turtles (Chelonia mydas), olive ridleys (Lepidochelys ...
  • Maleo
    What Maleos teach us about parenting, trust and the world we live in
    Maleo (Macrocephalon maleo), Sulawesi’s endemic birds, can inspire us about parenting, trust, and the world we live in. Marcy Summers, Project Director with the SOS grantee Alliance for Tompotika Cons...
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