How to help
We need your support to ensure the sustainability of our current projects and to seize every opportunity to launch new initiatives that can contribute to the conservation of chameleons and their ecosystem.
"Dream big, start small, act now"
A sign of encouragement
You can show your commitment to the aims of our association by becoming one of our supporting members. Your membership will provide decisive encouragement to continue our chameleon conservation work. Individuals = 10.-/month and Institutions = 25.-/month. 100% secure online payment.
Join our team of eco-volunteers and contribute to our projects in Madagascar!
What you will do
Chameleon study : You will have the opportunity to take part in exciting field studies to observe and study different species of chameleons in their natural environment and thus contribute to scientific research.
Data collection : You will contribute to the collection of essential data on chameleon populations and their behaviour. This information is crucial if effective protection measures are to be put in place.
Training and education : You will also have the opportunity to learn about field research techniques, chameleon biology and other aspects of biodiversity conservation.
What we offer
A unique experience working closely with conservation experts.
The opportunity to contribute to the protection of an emblematic species.
An unforgettable stay in Madagascar, discovering its culture and exceptional flora and fauna.
The opportunity to learn and develop skills in biodiversity conservation.
If you're keen to get involved in chameleon conservation in Madagascar as an eco-volunteer, we invite you to contact us now. We are looking for people who are passionate and determined to make a real difference.
Photos: Lucas Orsini
We are recruiting a fundraiser
Actively seek out funding opportunities to support our projects.
Develop innovative and effective fundraising strategies.
Build strong relationships with potential donors, partners and institutions to secure sustainable funding.
Write compelling funding proposals and detailed activity reports.
Profile required :
A passion for biodiversity conservation and an understanding of the issues surrounding this cause.
Previous experience in fundraising, fundraising or partnership development would be an asset.
A high degree of autonomy and the ability to work proactively to achieve set objectives.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, in French and English.
Ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with different stakeholders, including donors.