Combatting wildlife trafficking requires cooperation and coordination with stakeholders at all levels of society. We work closely with international and local law enforcement agencies to build institutional capacity, and apply innovative technologies to disrupt illicit supply chains. By engaging local communities and civil society organizations, we are reducing the demand for wildlife products, promoting best anti-poaching practices, and creating alternative economic opportunities.
Combatting Wildlife Trafficking.
Combatting Wildlife Crime in Southern Africa
The decimation of wildlife through illegal poaching and trade threaten economic development and livelihood security in southern Africa.
Combating Wildlife Crime Through a Role-Playing Game in South Africa
Wildlife crime in southern Africa is no game. But a new role-playing game may be the key to fostering cooperation between nature reserves and nearby communities to combat poaching and trafficking.
Development Works Here with Brian App
We’d like you to meet Brian App! Brian is a natural resource management specialist with nearly 20 years of experience working in the environmental sector. From flipping through the pages of National Geographic to building more water-secure communities in Africa, he shares some of the highlights of his development journey. Brian is one reason #DevelopmentWorksHere.…