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PRCF photo contest winners

By in Campaigns, PRCF on 02. Aug, 2012
Pangolin - winner!

Congratulations to the two winners of our Where are all the Wild Things? photo contest. Renee Bell’s photo of a pangolin won first prize based on the number of Facebook ‘Likes’. Second place was won by Christine Rehman for her ‘backyard bear’ photo. This was our first photo contest, designed to celebrate PRCF’s 17th birthday […]

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Snubby also found in Yunnan, China

By in PRCF on 19. May, 2012
Myanmar Snubby

A second small population of the recently discovered species, the Myanmar Snub-nosed Monkey (Rhinopithecus strykeri), has been discovered by scientists in China.

PRCF’s CEO Fernando Potess said ‘we are very pleased to learn that there are more Snubby groups beyond those discovered in Myanmar – perhaps even holding viable populations of the species’.

A second small population of the recently discovered species, the Myanmar Snub-nosed Monkey (Rhinopithecus strykeri), has been discovered by scientists in China.

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PRCF Named in List of Top-Rated Nonprofit Organizations

By in PRCF on 06. May, 2012
Green Awards top-rated-badge-2012

PRCF has been named to a new list of top-rated nonprofits by GreatNonprofits, a leading provider of user reviews for nonprofit organizations. The top-rated green nonprofits list is composed of organizations that have received at least ten positive reviews from stakeholders, such as volunteers, donors, or clients.

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Join our Youth Ambassador Program!

By in PRCF on 05. May, 2011
Baby Francoisi held by mother

Interested in conservation? Want to develop your networks and build leadership skills? Join our Youth Ambassador program and we’ll support your efforts to make a real difference.

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Montreal 2010: Cocktail for a Cause

By in Events, PRCF on 21. Mar, 2011
CFAC E-ticket

On December 8th 2010, the PRCF hosted their first public engagement event named “Cocktail for a Cause” in support of wildlife species and indigenous peoples’ projects in South-east Asia. The focus of the event was the “Tiger Conservation” project at the Lomphat Wildlife Sanctuary in Cambodia, and the “Ikat and Environment” project in Indonesia. Video displays were used to raise awareness of efforts in these two PRCF Country Programs. Visit the event’s blog for details on the event, and to have access to the images and videos relating to the cocktail.

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California 2010

By in Campaigns, PRCF on 21. Mar, 2011
Golden Gate Bridge

In August 2010, the PRCF sent two representatives: Simi Bhagwandass (Program Development Officer) and Julie Cao (Governance and Communications Officer) on their first campaign in the United States aiming to raise awareness of, and funds for, the Foundations programming throughout South East Asia.

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About the People Resources and Conservation Foundation

By in Media, PRCF on 15. Mar, 2011
about-us

The People Resources and Conservation Foundation (PRCF) is a non-profit, non-government organization that promotes conservation, protection, and wise use of natural resources with sound social and economic development. The PRCF works with rural populations in developing countries, particularly with communities living adjacent to protected areas, remnant forests, and degraded lands and grasslands.

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