We are proud of what we’ve been accomplishing in Galapagos and Cuba—and we couldn’t do any of it alone! That’s why we are grateful to have an array of excellent partners and friends supporting us in various avenues along our journey of sustainable development and conservation at our locations. From local institutions, university partners to fellow NGO’s, to the local residents on site, we are proud to introduce our partners and friends!

Dirección del Parque Nacional Galápagos

(Galápagos National Park)
The Galápagos National Park is an integral IOI partner, as 97% of the islands are National Park grounds, and largely inaccessible without a guide or special permission. The GNP is important to the community of Isabela as a knowledgeable resource, and IOI partners with the Park to run workshops and summer camps, working to increase awareness and stewardship among the local community on the island. This partnership also enables us to act as scientific advisors doing independent research according to the needs identified by the National Park.


(Animal and pest control Galapagos)
ABG controls the invasive species on the Galapagos islands. IOI partners with ABG to control cats and dogs on Isabela island through managing and maintaining a dog shelter and sterilizing animals.


(Educational Art Program based in Quito, Ecuador)
A non-profit organization based in Quito, Ecuador, ArtEducarte is an educational art program that serves children and teachers in Ecuador. IOI brings ArtEducarte to Isabela to offer their art education program to the kids and teachers of the community and creating stimulating creativity and expression wrapped in a fun conservation message.

Consejo de Gobierno - State Govt of Galapagos


The Governing Council is the body responsible for the administration of the province, Territorial Planning, the management of resources, and the organization of the activities carried out in Galapagos, to guarantee the conservation of the State's natural heritage and good health. We launched a cooperation with them in October 2017 that seeks to provide agricultural support to improve food security, diversify the economy, and reduce introduction of invasive species and carbon footprint of human life on the island. To read more about IOI’s conservation and development work with the Consejo de Gobierno, please click here: