Here's How the Cargill Foundation Fosters New Partnerships in Sunda-Banda

The Margaret A. Cargill Foundation’s strategy is to focus on a limited number of places at a time – working with specific local communities to build conservation capacity. One of the foundation’s earlier projects includes the Sunda-Banda Seascape in eastern Indonesia, where the initial focus has been on collaborative management and stakeholder outreach.
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Behind Cargill's Focus on Coral Reefs

Margaret A. Cargill, heir to the Midwestern grain conglomerate, spent her life anonymously giving away millions, earning her the nickname "the silent philanthropist." But the foundation in her name has made a big splash in recent years, becoming a major funder and showing an early interest in conservation of marine ecosystems in the Pacific. 

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