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Our Partners

A heartfelt thanks to our partners!

Our partners help us reach new audiences, provide guidance on lemur conservation, and provide fundraising opportunities for LCN member organizations.

Want to learn more about partnering with the Lemur Conservation Network? Get in touch.

Three captive, adult ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta).
Three adult ring-tailed lemurs. Photo: Mathias Appel.

CONSERVATION PARTNERS

Conservation Allies

Conservation Allies helps Malagasy conservation organizations get the financial resources needed to make a major impact on biodiversity conservation. Since 2021, LCN partners with Conservation Allies to promote their annual matching campaign.

Re:wild

Founded by a group of renowned conservation scientists together with Leonardo DiCaprio, Re:wild is a force multiplier that brings together Indigenous peoples, local communities, influential leaders, nongovernmental organizations, governments, companies and the public to protect and rewild at the scale and speed we need.

IUCN Species Survival Commission, Primate Specialist Group, Madagascar Section

The Primate Specialist Group is an international network of scientists that evaluates the conservation status of all primate species and subspecies, and contributes to the IUCN Red List. They also produces Action Plans, which summarize the knowledge on a group of species and lays out a plan for their conservation.

IUCN Save Our Species

The SOS Lemurs initiative was launched to support lemur conservation, in particular through the implementation of the IUCN/SSC Lemur Conservation Strategy. This 5-year initiative (2017-2022) is funded by a Geneva-based private foundation.

EDUCATION PARTNERS

Teach for Madagascar

Teach for Madagascar (TFM) is a non-profit organization with the mission of mobilizing, recruiting and training academics in the service of education in Madagascar. In 2024, LCN began partnering with TFM to include our Lemurs card game in their suite of education materials for rural schools.

MEDIA PARTNERS

Mongabay Kids

Mongabay Kids provides fun and engaging media about biodiversity and conservation for kids aged 6 to 14 around the world. We partner with Mongabay Kids every October during the World Lemur Festival to create and share content about lemurs and Madagascar with their young readers.

Pangolin: The Conservation Podcast

Host Jack Baker explores under-appreciated conservation stories in this podcast. He dedicated his entire season to lemur conservation in 2021, and continues to feature LCN members to celebrate the World Lemur Festival and when new stories arise.