November 2022

Integrated Marine Ecosystem Management in Northern Hispaniola: Sustainable Rice Success

In Montecristi, near Mangroves of Estero Balsa National Park in the Dominican Republic, the Integrated Marine Ecosystems Management in Northern Hispaniola (IMEM) program worked with …

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October 2022

Anchoring Sustainable Partnerships at Home

In the lead up to The 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27), Counterpart profiles Daniel Veras, …

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October 2022

Love of the Ocean goes DEEP

In the lead up to The 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27), Counterpart profiles Andreina Valdez, …

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August 2022

Marine Management Program Closing Ceremony Highlights Achievements in Governance and Biodiversity Conservation

After three years of implementation, the Integrated Marine Ecosystem Management in Northern Hispaniola project concludes with presentations on its impact in the northern region of …

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July 2022

Building trust, increasing awareness among farmers to protect biodiversity in Dominican Republic

A key component of the Integrated Management of Marine Ecosystems Project (IMEM) is to support sustainable rice cultivation, since conventional agricultural activities can affect the …

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April 2022

Promoting Biodiversity and Climate Resiliency through Partnership with the Community

Stewardship of its rich natural resources is central to the future of the Dominican Republic, both to protect its biodiversity and to ensure economic growth. …

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2019 — 2022

Integrated Marine Ecosystem Management in Northern Hispaniola

CHALLENGE Northern Hispaniola is one of the top regions in the world impacted by climate change. To combat this challenge, more must be done to …

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Science Matters for Sustainable Conservation

The thick and muddy roots of mangrove trees tie the Caribbean Sea to the coastline of the Dominican Republic. Serving as natural bridges between ocean, …

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Climate Justice Begins with All of Us

For more than 50 years Counterpart International has worked around the world helping the most vulnerable build better lives and more durable futures.  Among the …

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Dominican Republic Isn’t Coasting Through Climate Plans

On April 18, 2016, the Vice President of the Dominican National Council on Climate Change, Omar Ramírez Tejada, met with Counterpart International President and CEO, …

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