USAID Wildlife Asia Counter Wildlife Trafficking Digest, Issue II, March 2019

USAID Wildlife Asia regularly updates documentation of the current state of wildlife trafficking of these species through a compilation of secondary information to report on and analyze trends and changes in patterns of trade. The Activity also provides an evidence base to support decision-making about priority interventions in policy, law enforcement, and consumer demand reduction.

This Counter Wildlife Trafficking Digest: Southeast Asia and China, Issue II, covers the period January to December 2018 and is the second issue in the series. The report is based on a compilation of documentation, news articles, and reports that are readily available and in the English language only. It is possible data are missing as a result, therefore USAID Wildlife Asia does not assume these figures provide a complete data set. The recommendations provided target not only USAID Wildlife Asia directly, but also the broader counter wildlife trafficking community, and include a focus on social behavior change, improved law enforcement, increased government commitment and political will, and effective regional coordination.

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