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THE PROJECTS

Wildlife Alliance

Wildlife Alliance is the leader in direct protection of forests and wildlife in tropical Asia.

Our mission is a comprehensive approach – Direct on the ground intervention by working with government rangers to ensure strict law enforcement and good governance. We build rangers’ professional capacity and provide full support for their livelihoods. This enables them to focus completely on their duties to take strong action, with no exception. In this way, we fight corruption, which is one of the main causes of underdeveloped countries failing to enforce wildlife laws.

Cardamom Protection

Tropical rainforests are shrinking at an alarming rate. As the demand for agricultural land and timber rises (...)

Cardamom Protection

(…) rampant deforestation destroys thousands of animal and plant species and wipes out the land.

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Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team

The Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team is an animal police unit that investigates the illegal wildlife trade.

Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team

Over the last decade, the unit has seized over 61,000 live animals, 36 tons of bush meat and arrested 3,100 traffickers.

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Wildlife Rescue And Care

Wildlife Alliance’s wildlife programs are designed to rehabilitate animals victimized by the wildlife trade (...)

Wildlife Rescue & Care

(…) and provide them with the support and care necessary to ready them for release back into the wild.

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Education Kouprey Express

Wildlife Alliance created Cambodia’s only mobile environmental education unit, the Kouprey Express (KE),

Kouprey Express

KE works directly with students, teachers, schools, and villages, providing creative, fun and tailored…

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Livelihood and Community

Nearly 300 million people worldwide live in the tropical zone and depend heavily on forest, fishing and farming.

Livelihood and Community

They cut timber, burn the rainforest to make charcoal for sale to the cities, or to clear land for agriculture.

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Save Tigers

Tigers are nearing extinction in the wild. Only 3,200 tigers are remaining worldwide

Save Tigers

Wildlife Alliance has engaged in extensive, ongoing efforts to preserve one of Southeast Asia’s largest tiger habitats.

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African Elephants

Driven by the illegal trade, 30 percent of the continent’s elephants have been slaughtered in seven years.

African Elephants

On current trends, when today’s children reach adulthood, African elephants will be extinct in the wild.

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Our Team

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Dedicating her life to protecting rainforests and wildlife in some of the world’s most hostile and rugged environments, Suwanna Gauntlett has set the trend for a new generation of direct action conservationists. Suwanna has designed, implemented, and supported bold, front-line… (Read More)

Suwanna Gauntlett - FOUNDER AND CEO
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Nick Marx has dedicated his life to wildlife conservation, working in park management, wildlife conservation, and animal care in the United Kingdom, India, South Africa, and Southeast Asia for forty five years. He has extensive experience with large carnivores, primates, ele … (Read More)

Nick Marx - Wildlife Programs Director
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Dr. Tom Gray is a conservation biologist based in South East Asia since 2005. Graduate of the bird-watching mecca that is the University of East Anglia he first came to Cambodia to undertake PhD work on the conservation and ecology of Bengal Florican in the Tonle Sap grasslands… (Read More)

Dr. Tom Gray

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Sponsor an Animal

Animals rescued from the illegal wildlife trade are often injured, traumatized or orphaned. They are brought to Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center where they receive expert care and attention. No animal is turned away. Your sponsorship ensures a happy and healthy future for all 1,200 animals that call Phnom Tamao home!

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