RAPSL relies on support and solidarity from individuals and organisations around the world to ensure that it overall objectives are achieve. Below is a list of organizations that have supported our work:
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s International Affairs Program coordinates domestic and international efforts to protect, restore, and enhance the world’s diverse wildlife and their habitats with a focus on species of international concern.
The SGP provides funding directly to local communities including indigenous people, community-based organizations and other non-governmental groups for projects in Biodiversity, Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation, Land Degradation and Sustainable Forest Management, International Waters and Chemicals.
SOS ensures the long-term survival of threatened species, their habitat and the people who depends on them.
RAG is a term we use in big businesses in the UK and USA. It is used to describe the status of a project and is taken from the traffic light system, so:Red = project is stopped or on hold because of some problems
Amber = project is still moving along but maybe behind timescale
Green = project is going well and will Go Live soon