• Building partnerships

    BETWEEN SOCIETY AND NATURE

  • The flamingos take flight in the Tajzara Lake

  • Building partnerships

    BETWEEN SOCIETY AND NATURE

  • Dawn in the Tariquía Reserve.

  • BUILDING ALLIANCES

    BETWEEN SOCIETY
    AND NATURE

  • The Corbalán, a glen in the Bolivian Chaco

  • Building partnerships

    BETWEEN SOCIETY AND NATURE

  • Children in Tariquía National Reserve

  • Building partnerships

    BETWEEN SOCIETY AND NATURE

PROMETA is a non-profit organization that works for the conservation of biodiversity and to encourage sustainable development as a contribution for environmental conservation and improving the quality of life of Bolivians

Mission and vision

OUR MISSION

“To contribute to the conservation of biological diversity for the improvement in the quality of life of Bolivians”

OUR VISION

“Bolivia’s population lives in harmony with the environment and has accomplished to overcome poverty conditions”

OUR STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

  • To contribute in the conservation of represented ecosystems in the region.
  • To promote, strengthen and support the participation of the population in environmental management.
  • To contribute to the fight against poverty in the communities located in vulnerable areas for the sustainable development of the country

Areas of Action

  • Integrated Management of watersheds and the efficient use of water
  • Support and Creation of Conservation Units
  • Conservation of threatened species
  • Adaptation and Mitigation to Climate Change
  • Camelid Farming
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Capacity Building
  • Environment and Health
  • Culture and Development

THE BEAR, THE LLAMA AND THE BUTTERFLY, THE ANIMALS IN THE HISTORY OF PROMETA

The butterfly “Morpho helenor prometa”
The Llama (Lama glama)
The Jucumari (Tremarctos ornatus)