The International Association of Kambo Practitioners (IAKP) is a group of practitioners and other interested parties who seek to support and encourage the safe, responsible and professional use of Kambo through training, raising awareness, developing and sharing knowledge, research, ethical behavior and best practice. We are self-funded and self-regulated, holding ourselves accountable for the quality and safety of our work.
We are not medical practitioners and we do not give medical advice or make diagnoses.
We are totally committed to ensuring the sustainability of the tribes who own the knowledge of this great substance and who share it with us so generously.
We are currently working to provide better educational and health care resources to the remote communities of the Matses tribe of Peru and we also support a small community deep in the Brazilian rainforest.
We are a not for profit Foundation based in the Netherlands. As such, we donate 70% of our annual profits to causes and projects that contribute to the survival of the Amazon rainforest and its peoples. We are managed by a worldwide team of senior practitioners and supported in many projects by our wonderful practitioner team.
Our practitioner base is like a huge family and we consult widely with our practitioners and involve them in our decision making and shaping of future direction.
Text taken from IAKP.org website