RANGERS PROTECTING WILDLIFE FROM POACHERS

Freeland trains and equips frontline rangers to prevent poachers from killing tigers, elephants, primates, bears, pangolins, birds and countless more species from the beautiful and biodiverse rich jungles of Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, Malaysia, Vietnam and beyond.

About the Alliance Member

Freeland protects vulnerable wild animals, communities, and ecosystems from trafficking and over-exploitation. The global organization envisions is a world of pristine ecosystems that is free of wildlife trafficking and human slavery.

https://www.freeland.org/

LOCATION

Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Indonesia, Vietnam, India, Benin, Kenya

RESULTS

Over 4,000 rangers trained.

Success is measured by,

(1) stabilization and increases in targeted wildlife populations and tree species;

(2) reduction in successful poaching incidents

Action Pillar:
Protecting Nature

Protecting wildlife and natural habitats from poaching, logging, mining, and encroachment

Activities
• Support frontline ranger and community patrols: training, equipment, life insurance.

• Run poverty reduction programs: youth education and alternative livelihood support.

• Empower rural communities to defend their land and human rights as protectors of nature.

• Restore nature: growing protected areas, buffer zones corridors and rewilding.

• Scale up sustainable agriculture and environmentally friendly farming practices.

• Re-design infrastructure and development projects to avoid core wilderness areas.

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STOPPING TRAFFICKING

LOCATION: Global

REDUCING DEMAND

LOCATION: Amazon

REFORMING FARMING

LOCATION: Southeast Asia

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