Education for Nature Vietnam
Every day, thousands of animals are hunted from forests across Indochina, packed into crates and cages and shipped off to restaurants and markets where they are slaughtered for food and medicine.
Larger, more charismatic species like primates may end up spending the rest of their life on a chain outside a resort hotel or caged in the backyard of a private home.
Education for Nature-Vietnam (ENV) was established in 2000 as Vietnam’s first local organization focused on protecting nature and the environment.
ENV is actively working to bring an end to the illegal trade and consumption of wildlife in Vietnam. Our Wildlife Crime Unit operates a national hotline to assist the public in reporting of wildlife crimes which are then passed on to the appropriate local authority for action.
Since 2005, more than 1000 cases have been reported and tracked by ENV resulting in the rescue of hundreds of endangered animals and compliance of restaurants and businesses all over the country.
You can help us make a difference in the battle to save Vietnam’s wildlife by donating today.
Visit the ENV website.