From Conservation International to Marie Stopes International many of the world’s most effective environmental and health NGOs support Thriving Together. United Nations’ bodies like UNFPA and UNEP-WCMC have endorsed Thriving Together. National organisations form the bulk of supporters with more supporting organisations based in Africa than any other continent. Uganda and South Africa are particularly well represented.

This is a global campaign, from the Wildlife Trust of India and Path Foundation Philippines, to the Association Djibouti Nature and Health Reform Foundation of Nigeria, health and environmental organisations have come together so support the same text. It is hard to think of any other time when organisations as diverse as Maternity Worldwide and the World Land Trust, or the Endangered Wildlife Trust and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, or University College’s Institute for Global Health and the Global Ocean Trust could support the same statement.

In 2015, when the 193-Member United Nations General Assembly formally adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon hailed the Sustainable Development Goals as a universal, integrated and transformative vision for a better world. However, “integration” is talked about much more than it is implemented. This is what is so different about the Thriving Together campaign. Organisations working in around 170 of those 193 countries have endorsed Thriving Together. We estimate that each year those organisations invest, collectively, an absolute minimum of over USD10 billion on reproductive health and conservation actions.

Newquay Zoo
Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust
UK Overseas Territories Conservation Forum
Maternity Worldwide
Health Reform Foundation of Nigeria
Cote d’Ivoire SOS Forets
Global Ocean Trust
Botanic Gardens Conservation International
The Sibthorp Trust
Community Initiative for Social Empowerment (CISE)
Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare
Uganda Youth Alliance For Family Planning And Adolescent Health (UYAFPAH)
Climate Change Fighters Uganda
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Wellington Zoo Trust
Mount Kenya Trust
Peace Parks Foundation
The Institute of Fisheries Management
Greenpeace UK
Fundación para el Ecodesarrollo y la Conservación
What Works Association
WellBeing International
DKT International
Tusk Trust
Big Life Foundation Kenya
Wildlife Reserves Singapore
Amphibian Ark
Population Matters
The Ecological Citizen
Cheetah Conservation Fund
Marie Stopes International
Association pour la conservation de la Nature au Rwanda
Youth and Women Aflame Uganda (YAWAU)
WILD Trust
Wilderness Foundation UK
Margaret Pyke Trust
Community Health Africa Trust (CHAT)
Association Les Amis des Oiseaux
Osienala-Friends of Lake Victoria
Paignton Zoo
Salamander Trust
The WILD Foundation
Population Connection
Bristol Zoological Society
The Zoological Society of London
International Centre for Birds of Prey
Society for Conservation of Nature in Liberia
Plan International UK
Wild Planet Trust
Partners in Population and Development Africa Regional Office
Marwell Wildlife
Association Djibouti Nature
Ecological Christian Organisation
Rainforest Trust
Family Health Options Kenya
Center for Biological Diversity
International Crane Foundation
Nature Uganda
Elephant Family
Transition Earth
PHE Ethiopia Consortium
Royal College of General Practitioners
Conservation International
MUVA Elderly Initiative Uganda
Health In Harmony
Game Rangers International
Chester Zoo
UCL Institute for Global Health
Youth Association for Development-Pakistan
Wildlife ACT
Universal Health Development Foundation (UHDF)
We Talk Series Uganda
The Lakeland Trust for Natural Sciences
Conservation CATalyst
World Land Trust
Pathfinder International
Southern African Wildlife College
Population Council
CHASE Africa
FHI 360
Freshwater Habitats Trust
Drayton Manor Zoo
Population Reference Bureau
Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
IUCN Species Survival Commission’s Conservation Planning Specialist Group
Endangered Wildlife Trust
ALERT – the Alliance of Leading Environmental Researchers & Thinkers
Frankfurt Zoological Society
Salmon & Trout Conservation
Population Media Center
Borneo Nature Foundation
Wildlife Trust of India
The Rivers Trust
UK All-Party Parliamentary Group on Population, Development and Reproductive Health (APPG)
The Nature Conservancy
Lilongwe Wildlife Trust
Thohoyandou Victim Empowerment Programme
Conservation Through Public Health
Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health
Wingham Wildlife Park Animal Welfare
Jane Goodall Institute
Children’s Investment Fund Foundation
Born Free Foundation
Zoologische Gesellschaft für Arten- und Populationsschutz 
The Peregrine Fund
Institute of Natural Resources
Eco-Time Capsule Project
Wildlife Conservation Society
Population Institute
Greener Growth
ICA Foundation
Game Rangers Association of Africa
Global Wildlife Conservation
Venture Strategies for Health and Development
34 Million Friends of UNFPA
Rotarian Action Group for Population & Development
PATH Foundation Philippines Inc.
Reproductive Health Uganda
Society for the Improvement of Rural People (SIRP)
Uganda Protestant Medical Bureau
Family Rescue Mission
Tsavo Trust
SafeHands for Mothers
Practical Action
Fountain of Hope
Friends of the Earth (England, Wales & NI)
Blue Ventures Conservation
People’s Trust for Endangered Species
Ethiopian Wildlife and Natural History Society (EWNHS)
Stop Ivory
Nature Kenya
The Laikipia Wildlife Forum
Eminence: Associates for Social Development