We are a 501(c)3 organization with a mission to build an enduring coexistence of people and threatened ecosystems in sub-Saharan Africa. We foster participatory grassroots projects based on human and organizational development and scientific research to promote social, economic, and environmental well-being.
We are a group of dedicated natural resource professionals and culturally minded activists striving to enhance educational, economic, and social opportunities for people in developing countries. We promote sustainable land use practices and conservation of each country’s unique natural and cultural heritage. All of us have strong ties to Ethiopia, and for twelve years we have been sharing our expertise with the Ethiopian people through scientific research partnerships, professional training classes, small business loans for women, reforestation and drinking water projects, and support of elementary schools. Our commitment to the mission of The Murulle Foundation is expressed personally as well as professionally. Individually we have provided financial support to several men and women in their pursuit of better life opportunities through education and professional training, and we eagerly experience and learn about the cultural and natural heritage of Ethiopia.
We encourage you to explore our website, learn about our accomplishments, and join us in our work through your financial contributions!