DISCOVER THE PROGRAMS

California’s forests have been ravaged by ongoing wildfires

Loss of Tropical Forest on the Planet from 1970 to 2019

GLOBAL PARK ALLIANCE

Conservation as we know it is failing. Human activity has severely degraded three-quarters of the land and 40% of Earth’s oceans and our quickening destruction of nature is having untold consequences on our health and livelihoods. Since 1970, deforestation and agricultural expansion have driven a 68% decline in global vertebrate populations. … Learn more

GLOBAL PARK ALLIANCE

Conservation as we know it is failing. Human activity has severely degraded three-quarters of the land and 40% of Earth’s oceans and our quickening destruction of nature is having untold consequences on our health and livelihoods. Since 1970, deforestation and agricultural expansion have driven a 68% decline in global vertebrate populations. … Learn more

WHO WE ARE

Wildlife Alliance is an International NGO working to directly protect forests and wildlife in tropical Asia.

WHY OUR MODEL WORKS

We target the forests of the tropical belt because of their importance in regulating global climate. Southeast Asia has the fastest rate of deforestation of all three of the world’s tropical basins, requiring the most urgent intervention. Our model provides direct ranger intervention to stop the destruction.

OUR 2019 ANNUAL REPORT

WHO WE ARE

Wildlife Alliance is the leader in direct protection to forests and wildlife in the Southeast Asian tropical belt.

WHY OUR MODEL WORKS

We target the forests of the tropical belt because of their importance in regulating global climate. Southeast Asia has the fastest rate of deforestation of all three of the world’s tropical basins, requiring the most urgent intervention. Our model provides direct ranger intervention to stop the destruction.

OUR 2019 ANNUAL REPORT
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RAINFOREST PROTECTION

Wildlife Alliance delivers a unique and successful model of hands-on direct protection to 1.3 million hectares of the Cardamom Mountains rainforest, one of the last unfragmented rainforests in Southeast Asia … Learn more

COMBAT WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING

By combining governmental authority with Wildlife Alliance oversight the team represents a unique model for tackling the illegal wildlife trade in Asia and is the only law enforcement unit dedicated to cracking … Learn more

FOREST PROTECTION

Wildlife Alliance delivers a unique and successful model of hands-on direct protection to 1.3 million hectares of the Cardamom Mountains rainforest, one of the last unfragmented rainforests in Southeast Asia … Learn more

Rainforest Protection Cambodia mainpage

COMBAT WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING

By combining governmental authority with Wildlife Alliance oversight the team represents a unique model for tackling the illegal wildlife trade in Asia and is the only law enforcement unit dedicated to cracking … Learn more

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WILDLIFE RESCUE & CARE

Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center is a government-owned facility set over 6,000 acres of regenerating forest. Wildlife Alliance animal husbandry specialists and veterinarians care for over 1,400 animals across more than 100 species … Learn more

TIGER REINTRODUCTION

In 2018 Wildlife Alliance will be working with all stakeholders – government, communities, and global conservation experts – to move tiger reintroduction plans forward and ensure that Cambodia makes a contribution to the global goal of doubling wild tiger numbers. … Learn more

WILDLIFE RESCUE & CARE

Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center is a government-owned facility set over 6,000 acres of regenerating forest. Wildlife Alliance animal husbandry specialists and veterinarians care for over 1,400 animals across more than 100 species … Learn more

TIGER REINTRODUCTION

In 2018 Wildlife Alliance will be working with all stakeholders – government, communities, and global conservation experts – to move tiger reintroduction plans forward and ensure that Cambodia makes a contribution to the global goal of doubling wild tiger numbers. … Learn more

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PANGOLIN CONSERVATION

Wildlife Alliance has been saving Sunda Pangolins from the illegal wildlife trade since 2001. The Sunda pangolin is considered to be the most trafficked mammal in the world (IUCN 2014). Wildlife Alliance’s Wildlife Release Station (WRS) rehabilitates pangolins that are rescued from the illegal wildlife trade.  Learn more

EDUCATION

Bringing together communities, local knowledge, experience, and tradition, the KE travels around Cambodia to urban and remote rural locations to instill in the Cambodian youth and communities a sense of pride in their natural heritage and a culture of social responsibility…  Learn more

PANGOLIN CONSERVATION

Wildlife Alliance has been saving Sunda Pangolins from the illegal wildlife trade since 2001. The Sunda pangolin is considered to be the most trafficked mammal in the world (IUCN 2014). Wildlife Alliance’s Wildlife Release Station (WRS) rehabilitates pangolins that are rescued from the illegal wildlife trade.  Learn more

Pangolin Conservationn mainpage

EDUCATION

Bringing together communities, local knowledge, experience, and tradition, the KE travels around Cambodia to urban and remote rural locations to instill in the Cambodian youth and communities a sense of pride in their natural heritage and a culture of social responsibility…  Learn more

Environmental Conservation Program homepage
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LIVELIHOOD & COMMUNITIES

Nearly 300 million people worldwide live in tropical zone and depend heavily on forest, fishing and farming as their primary source of food and income. They cut timber, burn the rainforest to make charcoal for sale to the cities… Learn more

COMMUNITY RANGERS

The Community Anti-Poaching Unit (CAPU) is part of Chi Phat Community-based Ecotourism (CBET) in Chi Phat. CAPU Rangers have been patrolling around Chi Phat since 2008. Learn more

LIVELIHOOD & COMMUNITIES

Nearly 300 million people worldwide live in tropical zone and depend heavily on forest, fishing and farming as their primary source of food and income. They cut timber, burn the rainforest to make charcoal for sale to the cities… Learn more

COMMUNITY RANGERS

The Community Anti-Poaching Unit (CAPU) is part of Chi Phat Community-based Ecotourism (CBET) in Chi Phat. CAPU Rangers have been patrolling around Chi Phat since 2008. Learn more

Community Rangers Program homepage