ABOUT US

Rainforest Flow delivers clean water, sanitation, and hygiene programs to indigenous people in Manu Biosphere Reserve in Peru’s Amazon rainforest. 

Our collaborative, integrated, and sustainable WASH programs empower indigenous people to become stewards of their own health and resources. 

Since 2003, Rainforest Flow has collaborated with Peruvian health and environmental agencies and indigenous communities to deliver more than 64 million gallons of safe drinking water to four villages in the global biodiversity hotspot. 

We have educated hundreds of families about health,  hygiene, and sanitation to help them strengthen the health of their communities.

Rainforest Flow is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit registered in the United States.

We inspire indigenous people to become stewards of their health, their enviroment, and their future. 

Our Leadership

Nancy Santullo

Founder and Executive Director

Caleb Matos Chavez

Project Manager, Water and Sanitation

Glenn H. Shepard, Jr, PhD

Ethnobotanist, Medical Anthropologist, and Filmmaker

Carolina Izquierdo, PhD

Medical Anthropologist

Moises Mera Berrios

Sanitation Engineer

Dr. Douglas W. Yu

Ecologist

Dr. Miguel Cabada, MD, M.Sc

Infectious Disease Specialist

Edgar Karim Flórez Gil

Administrator

Our board

Marilyn Immitt

Secretary

Judson Rothschild

Treasurer

Our Supporters

We are grateful to our friends, partners, corporations, foundations, and individuals who help to make our work possible.
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