Mongolia's New Ecological Police: Global Standards and Community Engagementt
This collaboratively designed project will build upon ZSL's past two IWT CF projects, and ZSL's upcoming Segre funded project. This project will, bring ZSL’s UK partners/international standards, will decrease poaching and disrupt trade through four components: 1) building EPD and partners’ LE efficacy by institutionalising a training curriculum and cadre of trainers, enabling intra-agency collaboration; 2) increasing EPD strategic targeting and national standards for Detector Dog Units’ (DDU) training, handling and deployment across LE agencies and IWT hotspots and upgrading facilities; 3) strengthening EPD's rural engagement which empowers vulnerable rural communities to mitigate IWT by partnering at a demonstration site - Arkhangai Local Protected Area (LPA) that can support governance, income diversification and improved well-being; and 4) bolstering EPD’s national recognition as a leading IWT LE agency through public awareness and results-sharing.
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- Zoological Society of London
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