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Intercultural Open University Foundation grants financial support to the Jane Goodall Institute
jane_goodallIn its bid to make this world a better place, the IOU Foundation is proud to extend its support to a global wildlife and environmental conservation organization, The Jane Goodall Institute. Founded in 1977, the Institute has been continuously working towards protecting wildlife animals such as chimpanzees and other primates from hunting and illegal trafficking.
IOUF came in contact with this esteemed organization with the help of its alumnus Dr. Bremley Lyngdoh. Dr. Lyngdoh has been associated with The Jane Goodall Institute since 2000 when Jane Goodall became an advisor to the Global Youth Action Network co-founded by him.
IOUF along with its consortium partners the Universidad Azteca and the Universidad Central de Nicaragua are pleased to be associated with The Jane Goodall Institute.
 
IOUF Supports Iba Blah’s Honey Blossom Project
beesThe brilliant physicist Albert Einstein once said: "If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have four years of life left."
No more bees mean no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man. According to new research published in the journal Science, changing temperature and weather conditions due to climate change has restricted the area where bees can survive. On the top of this, heavy use of pesticides, disease and habitat loss are other bad news for bees.
 
Intercultural Open University Foundation/Universidad Azteca/Central University of Nicaragua Consortium: A Global Trend
iouf_consortiumA growing number of learners feel that it is essential to have a graduate degree for their career success. However, not many are fortunate enough to afford graduate-level education. For those who can afford the hefty educational fees, deciding which programs are best for their career and which institution to seek admission to can be daunting at best.
 
Dr. Teresa Ngigi, Change Agent for the People of Sierra Leone
SierraLeoneOften, we get to know about the hardships faced by the people in Africa through newspapers and television, and we wonder: How can we help them? How can we make their lives a little better than yesterday? But most of us do not find enough time or courage to do anything about it. Intercultural Open University Foundation/Universidad Azteca/Central University of Nicaragua alumnus Teresa Ngigi PhD is not one of them. She is one of the few people who has taken it upon herself to positively change the lives of children in Africa. She is currently working in Sierra Leone as the lead psychologist in crisis management.
 
IOUF Supports Ecoturismo San Pablo Etla and its Projects for Environmental Preservation
ecoturismoWe are delighted to share that IOU Foundation has extended financial support to Ecoturismo San Pablo Etla for its initiative to conserve the flora and fauna of San Pablo Etla's communal forests and provide an educational center for community students.  The center recently opened a butterfly sanctuary as part of the efforts to conserve S.Pablo's environmental heritage. Best Wishes for continued success in environmental conservation and education!
 
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