Djibouti Francolin...

Beira antilope...

Bankouale palm tree...

Community envolvement...

Goda Massif/Forêt du Day

The nature

The power of one, perhaps the most surprising aspect of nature is the power of one. Each living species has a key role in nature...

Bird & Biodiversity Areas

Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas identified for Djibouti consisting 11 sites and cover all the key habitat types in the country...

Membership

Association Djibouti Nature’s membership is open to individuals, structured groups, institutions and corporations...
THE NATURE…

The power of one, perhaps the most surprising aspect of nature is the power of one. Each living species has a key role in nature. As such, each of us can help save our mother nature.

Accordingly, the Association Djibouti Nature standpoint is that effective nature conservation can only be achieved through sound connection between people and nature.

Association Djibouti Nature/BirdLife International Partner, is a registered independent, not-for-profit and membership-based non-governmental organisation in Djibouti. Its mission is to contribute the conservation efforts, sustainable management and appreciation of nature and to improve the livelihoods of people in Djibouti. To achieve this, Djibouti Nature works with local communities, government bodies and other prominent stakeholders to raise awareness and highlight the protection of the country’s natural inheritance for the benefit of present and future generations.

As BirdLife International Partner, Djibouti Nature acts as the leading authority on Djibouti’s avifauna. As such, its work concentrates in priority on Globally Threatened Species and Key Biodiversity Sites like the Critically Endangered Djibouti Francolin, the only endemic bird species in Djibouti and the Forêt du Day (an Important bird and biodiversity area-IBAs) which is the main stronghold of this species, but also on other threatened species, such as Livistona carinensis, Dracaena ombet, Egyptian vulture, etc…. Djibouti Nature also preserves, remains an active civil society organisation and demonstrates its commitment to nature conservation and people livelihoods improvement almost 14 years later from its establishment in 1999.

Add your voice and take immediate action to protect nature and improve people livelihoods by sharing the vision and mission of Association Djibouti Nature and becoming a member. By uniting and harmonising our efforts and actions, we can make a big difference.