Second Assessment of USAID Wildlife Asia Law Enforcement Training Support Report

After 18 months of implementing training activities, USAID Wildlife Asia conducted an initial assessment to examine the skills, knowledge, and competencies learned and applied at the individual and agency levels in the targeted countries. The assessment also explored the degree of interagency, regional, and transcontinental collaboration in practice and used the Kirkpatrick Method and outcome capacity‐building mapping as evaluation approaches. The findings of the initial assessment led to adjustments in the project and its cooperation activities. This was followed by the current assessment, with the aim of identifying recommendations to improve law enforcement training and capacity building on counter wildlife trafficking (CWT) interventions. The second evaluation used an online survey and in‐depth interviews with USAID Wildlife Asia’s former training participants.

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