Welcome to this week's news update

Dear TRAFFIC supporter,

Welcome to this week's update which features an update from the South Asia Willdife Enforcement Network (SAWEN) meeting in Nepal. Wildlife trade is a truly global industry, and addressing issues associated with illegal trade can only take place through international collaboration between enforcement agencies and others charged with regulating and policing such trade. Over the years, TRAFFIC has helped with technical input into the development and support of regional wildlife enforcement networks, such as SAWEN, and the meeting this week saw South Asian governments draw up a six year action plan to tackle serious wildlife crime in the region. We wish them every success in this endeavour, and of course TRAFFIC is more than willing to assist by any means that we can.

You can help support our work on crucial wildlife trade issues by donating to TRAFFIC

Many thanks in advance for helping our cause!

Richard Thomas, Global Communications Co-ordinator, TRAFFIC. Email: richard.thomas@traffic.org Tel: +44 1223 651782.

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TRAFFIC is grateful for the financial contribution from the Forestry Bureau of the Council of Agriculture, Taiwan, towards communications and publications, including this newsletter


 

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