Protect Endangered Wildlife Against Exploitation End the Killing of Elephants for VN Ivory Trade Help 30 Women Fight Wildlife Crime in Vietnam Rhino in the wild in South Africa

ENV Wildlife Conservation Trust

Org #74712
Vetted since 2020 Top Ranked
2014
year founded
$20,260
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

ENV Wildlife Conservation Trust protects biodiversity by working to end the illegal wildlife trade threatening countless species with extinction. We implement effective conservation projects and activities throughout Vietnam in collaboration with our sister organization, Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV), and international partners. To make strides towards ending the wildlife trade, our on-the-ground efforts focus on educating the public to reduce demand for wildlife, strengthening law enforcement response to wildlife crime and tracking results, and collaborating with government officials to update and uphold wildlife protection legislation.

Project Leaders
Rebecca Barber
Rebecca Barber
Quyen Vu
Quyen Vu
Team
Douglas Hendrie
Organization Information
4706 Greene Love Ln
Marshall, VA 20115
United States
+1 573 356 0796
Organization Information
4706 Greene Love Ln
Marshall, VA 20115
United States
+1 573 356 0796

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Mar 28, 2022
3 months' progress protecting endangered wildlife
Thank you so much for all the support you have provided so far on our project to protect endangered wildlife from exploitation. We’re already three months in, and we cannot wait to tell you...
Mar 22, 2022
Progress fighting the illegal wildlife trade
In the first couple months this year we have been busy, with 448 live animals rescued from the illegal wildlife trade in January and February 2022. We finished 2021 on a high, with more than 3,700...
Feb 22, 2022
Progress made by our women crime fighters in 2021
Last year, ENV’s crime fighting women made great progress across their various departments, in communications, handling wildlife crimes, and ensuring laws and policies were correctly applied....
 
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