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We’re working on behalf of people and wildlife across the world. 

TRAFFIC is strengthening actions to shut down illegal wildlife trade and wildlife crime, helping communities get a fair share for trade in forest products, and enabling consumers to make choices that protect threatened wildlife — your support can help expand these and related efforts around the world. Make a contribution to TRAFFIC today, together we can ensure a better future for wildlife and people.

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Denis, Mahonghol, Director - Central Africa

the generous support from people like you helps us protect wildlife, promote sustainability and bring about change where it is most needed - thank you

Denis, Mahonghol, Director - Central Africa

be a part of success stories like these

Ivory ban in mainland China

TRAFFIC’s regional office in China made an invaluable contribution to the Chinese government's decision to ban the domestic ivory market in China.

Since this groundbreaking decision we have seen the price of ivory in mainland China plummet. Although there are many questions that still need answering, the future for African Elephants looks brighter than it has done for a long time.

Global Coalition to End Wildlife Trafficking Online

As technologies advance, so too do the ways in which traffickers will buy and sell illegal wildlife products.

TRAFFIC and key partners have brought together some of the world's biggest tech giants to join the fight against illegal wildlife trade online. The Global Coalition to End Wildlife Trafficking Online includes companies like Google, eBay and Tencent, working together to make the internet's biggest platforms inaccessible for illegal wildlife trade.

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