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Working together with strategic partners at different levels

Government Agencies

Responsible for control and surveillance to combat wildlife and timber trafficking, in charge of enforcement and compliance with the law.
Government Agencies

Civil Society

Considered as an ally due to its presence in the territories, its support is vital for monitoring the proper use of natural wildlife and timber resources at the local level.

Their collaboration is essential for the collection of useful information to understand the origin-destination dynamics, trade flows and the actors involved in these environmental crimes.

The participation of civil society contributes to the control and surveillance actions of national authorities in their interventions to combat wildlife trafficking.

Entre estos consideran:
  • Local communities
  • Indigenous peoples' organizations
  • Civil society organizations (CSOs)
  • Private companies
  • Academy, among others
Civil Society