HOW YOU CAN HELP
How You Can Help
If you notice any danger for biodiversity in the area, you may contact the following institutions in order to help:
– PhilinCon: our philippine office (Rhea Santillan): mobile phone +63-(0)9123236859 and E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
– DENR CENRO Culasi, and/or PASu Office, see DENR Region VI Office Directory, http://r6.denr.gov.ph/index.php/about-us/office-directory
Mapping of areas which need special protection in order to protect any rare irreplaceable population of animals or plants is a precondition for efficient species conservation. If you discover a very rare or possibly still undescribed species in the area which should be protected locally, you can report this to our philippine office (PhilinCon E-mail: email@example.com).
Stiftung Vogelforschung und Artenschutz
IBAN: DE74 4305 0001 0033 4266 10
Sparkasse Bochum, Germany
You can donate or support a project of your choice, contributions in kind like equipment or get involved activly.
Spendenquittung für Deutschland sind ab einer Spende von 50 € möglich.
Donate for a Specific Project
Each project is usually costing from 400 – 800 US$ / 350 – 700€ , depending on the sustainability of financial support secured through PhilinCon.
A hornbill, for example, is costing annually (food, medicine, caretaking, health monitoring) around 200 US$ / 175€.
A Ranger’s salary with insurances included is about 1,400 US$ / 1.220€ per year. One monitoring mission costs for a squad of six when being deployed, i.e. about 50 US$ / 45€ allowance.
The more money we have, the more seedlings we can collect and plant.
This depends on the species, on the scope of the problem at hand and – importantly – on a sustained and sufficient funding that must not curtail in any way the practical conservation work.
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Your donation of whatever amount, large or small, will be greatly appreciated and used for our projects. Our coworkers in Germany and the PhilinCon board of trustees in the Philippines do unpaid volunteer work. Local coworkers have a low salary but benefit from a health insurance. In general we are known for keeping our administrative costs as low as possible.