Partners for Conservation in the Colombian Amazon aims to put the strengths of academic institutions to work towards biodiversity conservation in the Amazon region. Our goal is to improve scientific understanding of the unique ecosystems of the Andean Amazon of Colombia by strengthening education and research capacity in the country. At its core, Partners for Conservation is a collaboration between four universities – Florida International University (Miami, Florida, USA), Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Bogota, Colombia), Universidad de la Amazonia (Florencia, Colombia) and the Universidad Nacional- Sede Amazonia (Leticia, Colombia), which are then linked with the government, NGOs and the private sector to support this common goal.[posts_grid type=”page” columns=”3″ rows=”1″ order_by=”date” order=”DESC” thumb_width=”370″ thumb_height=”176″ meta=”no” link=”no” link_text=”more” custom_class=”service” language=”english”]
Open calls: Here you will find a list of open calls for scholarships, research opportunities, and courses for students, researchers, and teachers. [clear][spacer]
We do not have any open calls at this moment. Please check again at a later time.
Interested in partnering with us? Contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how your school or organization can connect with us and be part of this consortium.