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Sectors: Citizenship, Environment, Human Rights, Justice - Security, Social Affairs

Beneficiaries: Development NGOs, International Organisation, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations

Regions: Asia, European Union

Category: Call for proposals

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Asia: Cambodia, People’s Republic of China, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand or Vietnam

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Funds for: To reduce wildlife trafficking and forest crime between the countries
Main beneficiaries: CSOs

Other beneficiaries: local or international non-governmental organisations, local authority, EU member states, ‘law enforcement agency, public body or foundation, private entities experienced in promoting Public-Private Partnerships

Responsible: European Commission

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Funds for: To reduce wildlife trafficking and forest crime in and between the countries in the Greater Mekong region, People’s Republic of China and Malaysia

Main beneficiaries: CSOs, local or international non-governmental organisation, local authority, EU member states, ‘law enforcement agency, public body or foundation, private entities experienced in promoting Public-Private Partnerships

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives
– To foster CSO/ Government partnership by strengthening the role of civil society, indigenous and local communities in the fight against wildlife and forest crime; 
– To improve the security and livelihoods of the local communities, strengthen the protection of biodiversity, disrupt retailer and distribution routes and networks, and reduce demand for wildlife products

Priorities
– Coordination and complementarity with existing actions targeting wildlife trafficking in the region
– Contribution of civil society to the fight against wildlife and forest crime increased;
– Réducing retailer and distribution networks for illegal wildlife products operating in the target region;
– Reducing demand for wildlife species most impacted by illegal wildlife trade in final consumer countries

Among financed actions
– Actions related to the implementation of recommendations made in the framework of ICCWC Wildlife and Forest Analytic toolkits, where these relate to strengthening the role of indigenous and local community involvement in combatting wildlife trafficking and forest crime; 
– Action related to the implementation of the objectives