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TO SAVE 500 PANGOLINS FROM ILLEGAL TRADE
on World's Pangolin Day

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STAND WITH US TO FIGHT FOR THE MOST TRAFFICKED MAMMAL
BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE

The Pangolin is under enormous pressure from illegal hunting and trade for their scales, body parts and meat.

Save Vietnam’s Wildlife was the first organisation in Vietnam to begin fighting to save the pangolin which started in 2006—and we’re still fighting today.

In 2018 – early 2019, there are:

511

pangolins rescued

198

pangolins released back to the wild

& many others

in our care waiting to be released

YOU CAN HELP US SAVE ANOTHER 500 PANGOLINS OR MORE FROM ILLEGAL TRADE!

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RESCUE

We work with the government to rescue trade-confiscated PANGOLINS.

We run a national hotline: +84 (0) 978 331 441 for reporting illegal-traded wildlife.

SITE PROTECTION

Pangolins face multiple poaching threats in the forests. Our first-ever-in-Vietnam Anti-poaching team is here to protect their habitat from illegal poaching and improve law enforcement.

RESEARCH

We conduct multiple research projects to understand the characteristics of pangolin consumers. We also carry out field research to improve understanding of pangolin’s wild populations.

ADVOCACY

We collaborate with government authorities to improve law enforcement in Pangolin’s protection.

EDUCATION OUTREACH

We have trained over a thousand government officials and raised awareness for the people across Vietnam about pangolins and their trafficking status.

REHABILITATION & RELEASE

Rescued Pangolins has to go through a 30-day quarantine. If healthy and releasable, the animals are then released into safe protected areas.

UPDATES FROM SVW

Dog detection project
pangolinresearch
2 June, 2017

Finding Pangolin Using Detector Dog Project: Completed

A two-month project looking for pangolins collaborating between University of Washington and Save Vietnam’s Wildlife…
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