We believe that robust and equitable solutions to poaching and the illegal wildlife trade (IWT) crisis must support and include indigenous peoples and local communities, must be grounded in local context and local evidence, and must be owned and driven by local people.

Initiatives and resources

This site lets people share their experiences of community-based initiatives being used to combat poaching. You can find examples from around the world: the strategies used, the successes achieved and, most importantly, learn what worked, what didn't and why in different circumstances.

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