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The Amazon Conservation Association (ACA) is an alliance of Peruvian, Bolivian, and U.S. conservation organizations with a joint mission to protect the biological diversity of the Amazon basin. In Peru, our work is carried out in collaboration with the Asociación para la Conservación de la Cuenca Amazónica (ACCA), and in Bolivia with the Asociación para la Conservación e Investigación de Ecosistemas Andino Amazónicos (ACEAA). These three "sister" organizations work together for the ecological and social viability of the Amazon Basin, by developing science, sustainable resource management and a healthy policy for land use.

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Amazon Conservation Association (ACA)

Washington, DC Office
1822 R Street NW, Fourth Floor, Washington, DC  20009
Phone: (202) 234-2356 / (202) 234-2357
Fax: (202) 234-2358
E-mail:

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Asociación para la Conservación de la Cuenca Amazónica (ACCA - Peru)

ACCA logoACCA is ACA’s sister organization in Peru.
Website: www.acca.org.pe

Lima Office
Calle Gio Batta Isola 272
Barranco, Lima, Peru
Phone: (511) 251 4513
E-mail:

Puerto Maldonado Office
Jr. Cusco 499, Puerto Maldonado, Peru
Phone/Fax: (51) 82 573-237
E-mail:

Cusco Office
Calle Cesar Vallejo K-6,
Urbanización Santa Mónica – Wanchaq, Cusco, Peru
Phone: (51) 84 222-329 / 084 252-937
Fax: (51) 84 242-177
E-mail:

Asociación para la Conservación e Investigación de Ecosistemas Andino Amazónicos (ACEAA - Bolivia)

Partner organization in La Paz, Bolivia
Av. 16 de Julio Nro. 1642 oficina 203
Zona Central, La Paz, Bolivia
Phone: + 591-2-212-4987
E-mail:

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Bug’s eye view of the Peruvian rainforest. Photo: BRIT

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Los Amigos Biological Station (CICRA). Photo: Raechel Running

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Ferns in Manu National Park, Peru. Photo: Raechel Running



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