RedLAC’s main asset is the knowledge and information related to the member funds collective experience and the network uses this asset to provide valuable services to the environmental community. The projects, which are led by the members, are key to have an operational network and to identify the services funds can offer together.
Ecofunds Database relies on the collaboration of ten member Environmental Funds and is financed by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. Its’ objective is to organize the information on conservation investments in the Andes-Amazon region and make them available through an online portal, which is accessible to the general public. Read more.
The RedLAC Capacity Building Project for Environmental Funds has the main goal to strengthen funds in their operation and in the use of innovative financial mechanisms that reduce their dependency from international donations, diversifying resources inflow. It aims to facilitate the implementation of new financial mechanisms and document and share Funds’ best practices.
RedLAC is involved in joint projects with the CFA – the Conservation Finance Alliance.
The Environmental Funds Tool Kit aims to support funds in different stages of consolidation by providing examples of essential documents they need to develop for their business evolution.