Candido Pastor

Manger, Technical Support, Conservation International-Bolivia

Location
Bolivia
Languages
English, Spanish
Candido Pastor
Manger, Technical Support, Conservation International-Bolivia
Candido Pastor works to establish agreements and advise political representatives at both national and local levels in sustainable management policies. Candido has been directly involved in the creation of ecotourism policies and successful environmental initiatives in Bolivia.

Candido Pastor is Technical Manager for Conservation International-Bolivia. In this role, Candido works to establish agreements and advises political representatives at both national and local levels in sustainable management policies.

He has been directly involved in the creation of ecotourism policies and successful environmental initiatives in Bolivia. He has also played a key role in the creation of three protected areas to protect endangered species and ecosystem services.

Prior to joining Conservation International in 1999, Candido worked in different development organizations such as CARE, the World Bank, Catholic Relief Services (CRS), and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) in Bolivia. He also taught at two Bolivian universities. From the Catholic Bolivian University, he earned his bachelor’s degree in communication and development.

Candido Pastor is Technical Manager for Conservation International-Bolivia. In this role, Candido works to establish agreements and advises political representatives at both national and local levels in sustainable management policies.

He has been directly involved in the creation of ecotourism policies and successful environmental initiatives in Bolivia. He has also played a key role in the creation of three protected areas to protect endangered species and ecosystem services.

Prior to joining Conservation International in 1999, Candido worked in different development organizations such as CARE, the World Bank, Catholic Relief Services (CRS), and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) in Bolivia. He also taught at two Bolivian universities. From the Catholic Bolivian University, he earned his bachelor’s degree in communication and development.

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Government Relations, Policy Development, Sustainable Development
Location
Bolivia
Languages
English, Spanish
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