This project provides funding for tackling illegal wildlife trade and other regional conservation threats to habitats in border areas by enhancing capacity, institutions, knowledge, and incentives. The components of the project include capacity building for addressing the illegal trans-boundary wildlife trade through strengthening legislative frameworks, promoting wildlife conservation in Asia and technical assistance in coordination and communication.
Contact: Sumith Pilapitiya
Title: Lead Environmental Specialist
Location: Colombo, Sri Lanka (IBRD)
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