Vietnam’s diverse forest landscapes encompass karst mountains, lowland plains and coastal mangroves. These diverse tropical ecosystems are home to over 1,500 known species of amphibians, birds, mammals and reptiles. Much of the local population also depends directly on forest products for subsistence. However, over-exploitation of the land has endangered many native species of plants and animals, and increased the impact of natural disasters. Vietnam is slowly regaining its forests through tree planting and natural reforestation though. Your donation will help restore Vietnam’s forests, protect threatened species, regulate climate, provide economic stability for villagers, and safeguard watersheds that serve local communities.