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Ranger, Kenya Wildlife Service, Nairobi National Park - monitoring white rhino in evening light - Nairobi National Park, Kenya. © Jonathan Caramanus / Green Renaissance / WWF-UK

Visualizing corruption risks in the illegal rhino horn trade supply chain

Ranger, Kenya Wildlife Service, Nairobi National Park - monitoring white rhino in evening light - Nairobi National Park, Kenya. © Jonathan Caramanus / Green Renaissance / WWF-UK

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Published 22nd December 2022

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Visualizing how corruption manifests along the supply chain can help conservation practitioners and wildlife management agencies better understand both the specific risks and the potential responses to combat illegal rhino horn and other illicit wildlife trades.

Visualizing corruption risks in the illegal rhino horn trade supply chain

Report author(s):
Nicola Okes, Gabriel Sipos

Publication date:
December 2022

About Targeting Natural Resource Corruption (TNRC)

The Targeting Natural Resource Corruption (TNRC) project is working to improve biodiversity outcomes by helping practitioners to address the threats posed by corruption to wildlife, fisheries and forests. TNRC harnesses existing knowledge, generates new evidence, and supports innovative policy and practice for more effective anti-corruption programming. Learn more at tnrcproject.org.

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