Third Millennium Alliance’s mission

is to preserve the last remnants of

Ecuador's coastal Pacific Forest

and to empower local communities

to restore what has been lost.

Ecuador Earthquake Relief

The epicenter of Ecuador’s deadly 7.8-magnitude earthquake on April 15, 2016 was just 30 miles north of the the Jama-Coaque Reserve. Populated areas in the region sustained severe and widespread damage, but TMA is actively collaborating with Ceiba and Finca Mono Verde to address the immediate needs of Camarones, Tabuga, and the other communities we work with.

At this moment, food security is the most pressing of these needs. The towns of Pedernales and Jama, which are the only accessible markets for most local families, were especially hard-hit. This has left many hundreds of people in the Camarones-Tabuga watershed without access to food, gas, water, and other necessities. We’ll be working non-stop to help them fulfill their needs, but we need your help! If you are interested in investing in what is sure to be a long-term supply and rebuilding initiative, please support the Third Millennium Alliance Disaster Relief Fund.

Donate to the TMA Disaster Relief Fund
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