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Take urgent action to end poaching and trafficking of protected species of flora and fauna and address both demand and supply of illegal wildlife products.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Wildlife Conservation Societies: Protect and conserve wildlife, often focusing on specific species or ecosystems threatened by poaching and trafficking.

  2. Environmental Advocacy Groups: Address broader issues, including wildlife protection, and may actively work against poaching and trafficking.

  3. Community-based Conservation Projects: Local projects initiated by communities to safeguard their natural resources and wildlife, often with a focus on preventing illegal activities.

  4. Anti-Poaching Patrols: Engage in direct efforts to prevent poaching, often working closely with local law enforcement and communities.

  5. Wildlife Rehabilitation Centers: Rescue and rehabilitate animals affected by illegal activities.

  6. Community Watch Programs: Monitor and report suspicious activities related to poaching and trafficking.

  7. Educational Outreach Organizations: Raise awareness about the importance of wildlife conservation and the consequences of poaching and trafficking.

  8. Conservation-focused NGOs: Protect and conserve wildlife, ecosystems, and biodiversity, and may include efforts to combat poaching.

  9. Wildlife Sanctuaries and Reserves: Often have associated organizations that protect the resident species from poaching and trafficking.

  10. Government-led Conservation Initiatives: Government agencies may spearhead efforts to combat poaching and trafficking, and local community involvement is key to the success of these efforts.

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