Members of APAMO

Our members are legally constituted non-governmental or community based organization that is registered in Belize. Each member co-manages one or more legally recognized protected areas (terrestrial or marine) and/or manages/holds in trust, legally recognized protected areas for the government and people of Belize.

APAMO today boasts 16 member organizations including Non-Governmental Organizations and Community-based Organizations.

The Belize Audubon Society is a non-governmental, membership-based organization dedicated to the sustainable management of our natural resources through leadership and strategic partnerships with stakeholders for the benefit of people and the environment.

The CBSWCG is a voluntary, grassroots, non-profit organization that conserves the natural resources of the Community Baboon Sanctuary through education, eco-cultural tourism & scientific research.

CSFI is a non-governmental organization dedicated to the protection of key ecosystems in northeastern Belize through sustainable forest management, scientific research, environmental education & community engagement. The ultimate goal is the creation of new sustainable economic models for the benefit of the people of Belize.

Caye Caulker Group for Environmental Sustainability (CCGES) are co-managers of the Caye Caulker Forest Reserve. The Caye Caulker Forest Reserve, a 100-acre area, located at the northern tip of Caye Caulker.

MBEDG is a CBO that contributes to the preservation and conservation of Mayflower Bocawina NP, while providing income generating opportunities for local stakeholders, thereby benefiting present and future generations.

PFBs mission is to Conserve the biodiversity and promote the sustainable development of Belize through the proper management of the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area and other lands entrusted to it.

RBMA co-manages the Rio Blanco National Park and is made up of community members from the two Maya villages of Santa Elena and Santa Cruz. The CBO is headed by a Board of Directors made up of seven elected members drawn from these two buffer communities.

SACD, as a community-oriented NGO, is dedicated to ensuring effective management and good stewardship of Corozal Bay Wildlife Sanctuary in the larger seascape, in partnership with its stakeholder communities.

SATIMs mission is to promote and protect the rights of Indigenous Peoples and safeguard the ecological integrity of the Sarstoon-Temash Region and promote the sustainable use of its resources for its Indigenous People’s economic, social, cultural, environmental, and spiritual well-being.

SEA’s mission is to continuously work towards improving stewardship and the environmental integrity of key marine areas in southern Belize.

The RDEDCL unifies villagers to transform local attitudes towards the sustainable use of six miles of Spanish Creek and our six thousand acres of wet land to improve the quality of life of surrounding communities while preserving the natural and cultural heritage.

STACA contributes to the conservation and protection of the North Stann Creek and Mullins River Watersheds through the effective management of the Billy Barquedier National Park for the benefit of the Stann Creek Valley, Dangriga and the Mullins River region.

Ya’axché Conservation Trust (Ya’axché) was founded in 1998 by a consortium of local leaders. The impetus for creating the organization was to safeguard a natural corridor connecting the forests of the Maya Mountains with the lowland forests of the Caribbean coastal plains.

BKHC is a Nongovernmental Organization currently co-managing the Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve with Forest Department in Belize.

Monkey Bay Wildlife Sanctuary is a non-profit organization focused on biodiversity protection and conservation. They currently manage a private wildlife reserve of 1,000 acres and the Monkey Bay National Park.

The Itzamna Society, co-managers of the Elijio Panti National Park. With representation from the three buffering communities of El Progreso-Seven Miles, Cristo Rey, and San Antonio, the Itzamna Society are the best suited custodians of their own backyard.

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