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Fauna and Flora International

Founding Year: 1903

Staff: 50

Budget: £22.7m

Mark Rose (CEO)

It’s the world’s “oldest international wildlife conservation organisation”. They work to shape and influence conservation practice, focusing on the protection of biodiversity, which “underpins healthy ecosystems and is critical for the life-support systems that humans and all other species rely on.”



Fauna and Flora International contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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