USAID Saving Species project calling for initiatives

(VNF) - The USAID Saving Species project is inviting interested organizations to propose activities that need to be implemented from October 1, 2018 to September 30, 2019.

(VNF) - The USAID Saving Species project is inviting interested organizations to propose activities that need to be implemented from October 1, 2018 to September 30, 2019.

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Rhino is one of the 3 target species group. (source: First Light/Alamy)

USAID Saving Species works toward the accomplishment of three objectives in Vietnam, which are: raising public awareness against the consumption of wildlife products, strengthening wildlife law enforcement and prosecution, and improving the legal framework for wildlife crime.

The project focuses on three species groups: African rhinos, African and Asian elephants, and pangolins.

To assist the government of Vietnam in saving endangered wildlifes, the USAID Saving Species project has established an Activity Fund tasked with supporting partnering organizations for approved projects.

The proposed activity must be related to USAID Saving Species three key objectives, and be conducted in coordination with a relevant governmental agency. A letter of support/recommendation from the aforementioned agency is required.

(More information about USAID Saving Species can be found at https://www.usaid.gov/sites/default/files/documents/1861/FS_USAID_Saving_Species_May2018_Eng.pdf)

The proposal is welcomed to send to CITES Management Authority, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, No 2, Ngoc Ha, Ba Dinh, Hanoi before June 30, 2018.

Contact person:

Ms. Vu Anh Pham, USAID Saving Species (HP: 0936050809; email: [email protected])

Ms. Nguyen Thu Huong, CITES Management Authority; (Tel: (024)38438813; email: [email protected])./.

( VNF )

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