Endangered Species International is an amazing group that really gets things done out in the field. I applaud their effort and hard work to save endangered animals and their home! Most fund is spent on the field for direct impacts..no wasting resources!
I am amazed about the dedication of staff and volunteers. The president of Endangered Species International spent as much time as local staff in knowing all field project for maximum success. I am impressed by the way of working, quite usual for a charity group.
I am happy to be a donor as Endangered Species International is one of the best charity I studies and compared. I like the fact that they protect endangered frogs and other animals that are not in the radar of other groups..
Endangered Species International is doing a fantastic job to protect endangered species and habitats in very difficult conditions like in remote parts of Congo or Philippines. Great vision and great projects..I encourage anybody to join ESI!
15 years working for conservation and I can easily say that Endangered Species International is a great group doing effective work where it is so urgently needed (rainforest, coral reef..etc).
Endangered Species International has many strengths, but an important one is that staff and volunteers are mostly on the ground knowing the real issues and challenges. Decisions are made from the ground. I can assure that the money spend by ESI is really worth and do better than other charities I have experienced!
A devoted organization with not just a kind heart towards natures and endangered animals but also practice each of their project plan effectively and efficiently. When they are finding ways to improve or implementing their plans to let indigenous people to coexist with their local nature, they always take whatever ideas that don't impact both the nature and the people into account. That's not a easy task but with their passion towards preserving the diversity of ecosystem they manage to overcome whatever difficulty is. Have one more person to care about mother earth is equally to have one more chance for any species to exist.
I am a regular donor and I will keep support Endangered Species International (ESI). The most important for me is to see that my donation works directly on the ground and knowing how ESI operates, donations are not wasted in big offices and fundraising activities.
I have a friend who volunteered for Endangered Species International and he loved it. He helped the endangered tarsier in the Philippines. Since I am too busy I donate and hope i can help in the field next year.
We need a charity like Endangered Species International, with strong influence and cooperation on the ground to save declining diversity....Great work with gorillas and elephants..