Amphibian Survival Alliance (ASA)


Mission Statement

The Amphibian Survival Alliance conserves amphibians and their habitats through a strong, engaged, and collaborative global partnership.


The ASA partnership is committed to:
  • Preventing the extinction of amphibian species;
  • Improving the conservation status of amphibian species;
  • Protecting, improving, and enlarging areas of habitat important for amphibians;
  • Providing national governmental and other decision-makers with conservation advice based on the best scientific studies available;
  • Building broad partnerships with all stakeholders needed for effective conservation;
  • Coordinating amphibian conservation actions worldwide through the ASA Secretariat;
  • Helping, through amphibians, to conserve broader biodiversity and improve the quality of people’s lives;
  • Educating people about the wonders of amphibians and their roles.

Program Details

The Amphibian Survival Alliance (ASA) is a global partnership that recruits, supports and coordinates a network of organisations to implement conservation actions for amphibians, rather than implementing projects as an independent organisation.
ASA is guided by an updated Amphibian Conservation Action Plan (ACAP), and seeks to coordinate the implementation of amphibian conservation actions across a strong and engaged global partnership.
ASA seeks to establish and drive forward important priorities in amphibian conservation among our Partners. Priorities are developed in close collaboration with the IUCN SSC Amphibian Specialist Group and Amphibian Ark secretariats to ensure that urgent conservation needs are addressed in the most efficient manner possible.
Priorities chosen for 2017-2021 include: conservation resources (important information linked to the development of effective conservation actions); habitat protection; combating emerging infectious diseases; and communication and education.
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