Together, We Can Create a Better Tomorrow

This year, with your support, societies are moving away from wildlife consumption. Rhino horn prices have declined by two-thirds and poaching levels in South Africa decreased by 25% in the first part of the year. Since China’s world-leading ban on domestic ivory sales was announced, the price of ivory in China has dropped by 70% and seizures of ivory entering the country fell by 80%…

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Wildlife trafficking is a multi-billion dollar criminal industry

Driven by demand in expanding economies, the illegal trade in wildlife products threatens the survival of endangered species. WildAid’s programs persuade consumers to stop buying illicit products like ivory, rhino horn and shark fin soup. We also work with leaders, partners and communities to protect marine reserves, reduce climate change impacts, and increase support for conservation.

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