Where We Work

Since its launch in 1995, DOI-ITAP  has worked in more than 70 countries around the world in collaboration with USAID, the U.S. State Department, and other partners. Each program is unique, reflecting a country's individual needs and priorities, but offers transferrable lessons learned to improve global natural and resource management.

Check out the pages below for more information about our active programs!

  • Asia, the Pacific Islands, & the Arctic

    DOI-ITAP provides support on critical conservation efforts in Asia, such as enhancing the sustainable management of Indonesia’s mining industry; promoting environment law enforcement in the Philippines; and the conducting Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) training in Cambodia.
  • Europe & Eurasia

    DOI-ITAP has provided support on critical conservation efforts in Europe and Eurasia, including developing Georgia’s national parks system for recreation and tourism, employing displaced people in Croatia’s national parks, and providing recommendations on rangeland management in Tajikistan.
  • Latin America & the Caribbean

    DOI-ITAP work in the LAC region focuses on a variety of priorities, ranging from energy independence in Argentina, environmental offsets in Colombia, protection of archaeological sites in Guatemala, climate change adaptation in Panama, and counter wildlife trafficking throughout Central America, the Dominican Republic, Colombia and Chile.
  • Middle East & North Africa

    DOI-ITAP work in the Middle East and North Africa focuses on improved conservation and sustainable tourism in cultural and natural protected areas, capacity building for the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), and enhanced civil society engagement.
  • Sub-Saharan Africa

    DOI-ITAP's work in Sub-Saharan Africa has included protected areas management, tourism development, natural resource conservation program development, rural community engagement in natural resources conservation, land cover mapping, groundwater resource monitoring, and combatting wildlife trafficking.
  • Global Programs

    DOI-ITAP also manages projects that cross-continents, bringing representatives from a variety of countries to a single location, either within or outside the U.S., for technical exchanges, capacity building, and sharing lessons learned.