CIDA highlights our Paraguay Project
Through its international program, Nature Canada works to promote biodiversity conservation for people and birds in the Americas.
In Paraguay, we are working with our Canadian partner Place aux agricultrices : nourricieres du monde and our local partners Guyra Paraguay and Fortaleser, to improve the livelihoods of women farmers and increase their awareness of biodiversity.
The Canadian International Development Agency, our primary funder, has highlighted our project in a recent communique. Visit our website for more information about this project and our international program.
Also, stay tuned for an update in October, as I return from a visit to our project partners and the women farmers we are working with in Paraguay.
Photo: Vulnerable Pipile jacutinga by Jose Luis Cartes