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Publications

Brochure: Global Wildlife Program (pdf), April 2022
French version | Spanish version

Toolkit: Collaborative Management Partnership, September 2021 (French version)

Annual Report: The Global Wildlife Program Knowledge Platform 2020, July 2021
Low res version (for faster downloading)

Study: Banking on Protected Areas: Promoting Sustainable Protected Area Tourism to Benefit Local Economies, June 2021

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Blogs

Collaborative management partnerships: How PPPs help advance conservation & development in Africa, September 2021

Why We Need to Invest in Conflict Resolution for Better Biodiversity Outcomes, November 2020

A Green Economic Recovery for South Asia, May 2020

Coronavirus and the ‘Pangolin Effect’: Increased Exposure to Wildlife Poses Health, Biosafety and Global Security Risks, March 2020

The Real Costs of Illegal Logging, Fishing and Wildlife Trade: $1 Trllion–$2 Trillion Per Year, October, 2019

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Feature Stories

A Community of Wildlife Conservationists: Staying Engaged in Virtual Times, March 2022

An Exploration of Endangered Wildlife and Their Ecosystems - World Wildlife Day 2022, March 2022

The 3 C’s Vital for Jaguar Conservation: Coordination, Connectivity, and Coexistence, November 2021 (Spanish version)

Forensics for Wildlife, August 2021

Turning the Tide: How Shipping Companies are Accelerating Action Against Wildlife Trafficking, February 2021

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Videos

Wildlife Conservation in the Republic of Congo, May 2022

Working Together for Wildlife, People and Economies | YouTube, April 2022

Combating Illegal Wildlife Trade through Ports, January 2022

World Rhino Day 2021, September 2021

World Ranger Day 2021, July 2021

 

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The Global Environment Facility (GEF)

The Global Wildlife Program is funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and led by the World Bank. Partners include governments of 32 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America along with UNDP, UN Environment, ADB, IUCN, WWF, and CI.





Contact

Global Wildlife Program
1818 H Street NW, Washington, DC 20433
gwp-info@worldbank.org