Fundashon Dier en Onderwijs Cariben - Fundashon Dier en Onderwijs Cariben - FDOC
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FDOC

Strives to educate as many people as possible; both locally and internationally, about our ecosystems and what each and everyone of us can do to help preserve wildlife
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Medical care, rehabilitation, release, research and education.

The animal encounters during (school)presentations with the ambassador animals have a great impact on the children and helps spread awareness for our beautiful nature.
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FDOC

FDOC

Strives to educate as many people as possible; both locally and internationally, about our ecosystems and what each and everyone of us can do to help preserve wildlife
Learn More
Medical care, rehabilitation, release, research and education.

Medical care, rehabilitation, release, research and education.

The animal encounters during (school)presentations with the ambassador animals have a great impact on the children and helps spread awareness for our beautiful nature.
Learn More
What does the FDOC education program entail?

What does the FDOC education program entail?

Drs. Doest firmly believes in the importance of teaching our youth about wildlife preservation. She does this through her educational sessions, which she voluntarily gives at schools, daycare centers and scouting groups. By doing so Drs. Doest ensures that the message about wildlife preservation and helping animals in peril is received at a fairly young age. During these sessions she is accompanied by various rescue animals, to further boost the message with a visual example on what negative effects we as humans can have on animals due to our carelessness towards nature.

 

If you wish to Help Drs. Doest in her endeavors by making Donation, do so by clicking on this button. 

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Fundashon Dier en Onderwijs Cariben

FDOC was started with the idea to rescue and rehabilitate sick and wounded animals on the ABC islands. Bats, Birds(of prey), deer, rabbits and turtles are all examples of animals that have been treated thanks to FDOC. Most of the animals were  brought in via Veterinary Practice Doest  others via Seaquarium and the Local zoo. In the beginning Dr. Doest financed the medication through her practice and donations.The animals that were not suitable for release, have been gradually trained to be able to go to schools with Drs. Doest and be used in her education program that she has been doing in Curaçao since 2002.

If you wish to donate you can do so by the following bank accounts:

  • In Holland: NL22ABNA0555512568.
  • Or our Curaçao MCB account: 29040505
    swift code MCBKCWCU.