What We Do

The Mindoro Biodiversity Conservation Foundation Inc. (MBCFI) is a non-stock, non-profit organization duly registered in the Philippines Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on March 19, 2008, to enable the conservation of the unique and threatened environment, biodiversity and natural resources of Mindoro Island, which is recognized as one of the global biodiversity conservation priority areas, particularly in terms of the number of endemic species, diversity of habitats and degrees of threats. MBCFI conducts various conservation activities through its core programs.

What We Do

The Mindoro Biodiversity Conservation Foundation Inc. (MBCFI) is a non-stock, non-profit organization duly registered in the Philippines Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on March 19, 2008, to enable the conservation of the unique and threatened environment, biodiversity and natural resources of Mindoro Island, which is recognized as one of the global biodiversity conservation priority areas, particularly in terms of the number of endemic species, diversity of habitats and degrees of threats. MBCFI conducts various conservation activities through its core programs.

Our Programs

RESEARCH

Resources, Environment, Species and Ecological Assessment for Responsible Change

MISSION

Mindoro Island Symbolic Species
Icons of Nature

CARE

Conservation
Awareness Raising and Education

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Since its establishment, MBCFI has provided assistance to various institutions and lead essential efforts for the conservation and protection of Mindoro’s wildlife and natural resources. You can contribute to our cause by donating to our foundation or our various programs.

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