About us

Save Vietnam’s Wildlife (SVW) is a national Non-Profit Organisation in Vietnam that was founded on the critical need for more effective solutions to secure a future for Vietnamese wildlife.

In 2014, Vietnamese conservationists founded Save Vietnam’s Wildlife. SVW commits to stop the extinction and champion the recovery of threatened species in Vietnam.

Threatened by habitat loss and the illegal wildlife trade the current situation is declining rapidly. SVW is actively engaged in supporting the confiscation of wildlife from the illegal trade, rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing animals into suitable and secured habitats that support conservation of wild populations. We will carry out scientific research to increase the understanding of the requirements for threatened species in the wild and in captivity. We will educate and train the public and Vietnamese law enforcement officers to promote positive perceptions and attitudes towards wildlife conservation. Finally, we will work to continually evolve animal welfare standards and practices for individual animals in the care of the CPCP and promote these ideals to the zoos and rescue centres in Vietnam.

Our missions

Stop the extinction and champion the recovery of threatened species in Vietnam.

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Legal status

Save Vietnam’s Wildlife (SVW) was officially established as a national Non-Profit Organisation per Decision no 482/QĐ-LHHVN issued on 22nd dJuly 2014 by the Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA). SVW has been granted an activity license for science and technology no A-1200 dated August 1st 2014 by the Ministry of Science and Technology.

Our Supporters

Save Vietnam’s Wildlife highly appreciates and acknowledges our generous donors, partners, advisors and everyone who has been supporting us for the future of wildlife and sustainable ecosystem.
Our supporters include:

Note: The supporters donated from $5000 and above to SVW.

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Your donations help us maintain our rescue, education, advocacy and research programs.
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