Live the Adventure with a big "A".

Advance in your life. Assure your future.

Adduce your help. Access other cultures.


A career with Azoth is a career devoted to the protection of the environment and the implementation of Human Rights, through pioneering new methods of providing access to world class standards of public service.


“Azoth” was the name given by ancient alchemists to Mercury, and is believed to be the essential agent of transformation in alchemy. We aim to create positive change in a world that is desperate for help.
Azoth is a non-profit organization specializing in the field of security, the defence of human rights and the protection of the environment around the world.


The PHŒNIX DE GAÏA are environmental protection officers.
An Education and Employment program exclusively for Haitian women. A central place for Haitian women in a sustainable future. This training exclusively for women aims to build a team of women in the front line, acting for the protection of the environment and resources, sustainable development and autonomous and active actors of society.

Azoth clients

Azoth serves NGOs, communities, countries, national parks and private companies focused on sustainable development. Azoth offers you the protection of your entire site: the natural spaces, the protected species, the people, the goods as well as the infrastructures. Our training and operations are specially designed to adapt to the reality of your field.

Become a Ranger

Be part of the next training, in Haïti – apply today! Azoth is training the next generation of elite rangers who’s missions vary by country and local issues, but their main function is to protect the integrity of the protected area: both fauna and flora. Our recruitment process is very selective and our training modules have both academic and physical requirements.

Become a Peacekeeper

Peacekeeping is a new kind of security based on listening, understanding and action.  A Peacekeeper is much more than an “international security guard”, it is a security elite with a rigorous code of ethics and morals. A Peacekeeper has much deeper values and really wants to change things.  At Azoth, we are proud to help communities and countries move from conflict to peace.


“Why Us?”

On August 19, 2003, a truck loaded with explosives rammed into the Canal Hotel, Baghdad, housing United Nations (UN) headquarters, killing 22 people, including the United Nations’ Special Representative in Iraq Sérgio Vieira de Mello, and wounded over 100.[1] The same...

A pressing need to new remedies

Violations of human rights and children’s rights are real scourges whose cure is virtually inaccessible because of the many constraints located downstream of a process of international and impartial resolution. The situation is worrisome and new, more direct and more...


The Montreux Document is the result of an international process launched by the Swiss government and the ICRC (International Committee of the Red Cross), which aims to promote respect for international humanitarian law and international law relating to human rights in...

A disturbing International law violation

The recruitment and use of children in armed conflicts is steadily increasing on the international stage,even if it is an obvious violation of international law. The Azoth team cares a lot about this situation. «Public Statement by Chair of Security Council Working...

Children working in private military compagnies

The work on private security companies has some considerable risks. Unfortunately, many private security companies have children in their ranks. The International Labor Organization (ILO) and Azoth care about this alarming situation. Children in hazardous work are in...

A Step Forward

Since the 1990s we are witnessing the increasing use of private military and security companies in a number of contexts within conflicts. These companies have been hired by governments, private corporations and humanitarian agencies to provide, depending on the...


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