The Institute for the Conservation of Neotropical Carnivores – “Pró-Carnívoros” is a private, civil association, with nongovernmental and non-profit status. It was founded in 1996, with headquarters in Atibaia – São Paulo state and develops projects throughout Brazil. In 2005, the institution was recognized by the Ministry of Justice as an OSCIP (Civil Society Organization of Public Interest), by order signed on 18 February 2005 and published in the Official Gazette of 28 February 2005.
Our mission aims to promote the conservation of neotropical carnivore mammals and their habitats.
We, the members of Pró-Carnívoros, want to be recognized for the excellence of our accomplishments, honesty and transparency in resource management, and the contribution of our actions to environmental conservation.
The core values that underpin our vision are:
Our conduct should reflect the highest ethical standards.
Our projects are our focus. We must strive to achieve maximum efficiency in our projects generating results that directly contribute to our mission.
Respect for our funders
We take responsibility to manage efficiently all resources from our donors, sponsors, partners and collaborators.
The scientific basis of the knowledge generated
Our research follows the scientific method, and our results are based on consultations and submitted to independent academic evaluation through publications in professional journals.
Integrity means for us: honesty, fairness, fighting for what we believe in and achieving what we propose.
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