GUYRA Paraguay

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Guyra Paraguay "is a non-profit, non-governmental organization working for the defense and protection of the biological diversity of Paraguay, organizing community action with the goal of securing representative samples of the natural richness of Paraguay, so that future generations may benefit and appreciate them. Community participation in rural areas of the country is one of our most valuable tools in our work and study of conservation." [1]

"n its first year of existence (1998) there were almost no resources, with approximately US$ 5,000 invested, but, with the support of the RSPB, a strategic plan was developed. For six months, the Fundación Moisés Bertoni paid the salary of Alberto Madroño, who had left the Fundación in order to undertake the enormous challenge of launching Guyra Paraguay. Alberto Madroño was the head of Guyra Paraguay for one and a half years, after which one of the board members, Francis Fragano, was invited to take over the executive directorship." [2]


Accessed June 2009: [3]

Donors and Partners in 2007

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  1. About, GUYRA Paraguay, accessed June 12, 2009.
  2. History, GUYRA Paraguay, *[[accessed June 12, 2009.
  3. Directors, GUYRA Paraguay, accessed June 12, 2009.
  4. 2007 Annual Report, GUYRA Paraguay, accessed June 12, 2009.