Wildlife trafficking data
International criminal networks, increasingly sophisticated, are increasing the demand for live wild animals to market them as pets, to be consumed as exotic foods or to use their parts as supposed medicinal remedies, amulets or decorative and collector's items.
In Andean-Amazonian countries, this problem threatens the survival of species and could lead to their extinction:
Alliance intervention to combat fauna trafficking
In improving understanding of the dynamics of wildlife trafficking in Andean-Amazonian countries.
Mechanisms for collaboration between civil society and government agencies to address wildlife trafficking and improve law enforcement, control and surveillance systems.
The priorities and worrying commercial trends on priority species at risk, internet trafficking and trafficking routes in Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia and Peru and at the international level, including the export volumes of species through news gathering and the preparation of diagnostics, reports and participation in new discussion spaces such as international trade and investment forums.
The capacities of civil society and we provide information to strengthen their commitment through technical training and specialized working groups to address wildlife trafficking.
We provide technical advice and inform authorities and natural resource managers on possible strategic actions and roadmaps to prevent and control wildlife trafficking at the national and transboundary level.
Empowerment of indigenous organizations and rural communities in wildlife trafficking hotspots.