Freeland Foundation is both a national and an international non-profit organisation registered and headquartered in Thailand (as a Thai Foundation). Freeland focuses on helping governments and the public combat wildlife and human trafficking with a vision of making the world free of wildlife trafficking and human slavery. Since inception in 2000, Freeland has worked with governments, communities and like-minded organizations to implement innovative programs across Southeast Asia (and other parts of the world including India and Brazil). We protect threatened wildlife by directly addressing challenges throughout the entire illegal wildlife trade supply chain, from poaching, counter trafficking investigations and mentored law enforcement, to law revision and reducing consumer demand.
ASAP Species That We Work On
What We Do
Freeland’s protected area program called ‘Surviving Together’ brings stakeholders together to demonstrate human reliance on nature and our dependence on healthy eco-systems. Through one component, wildlife monitoring, this program identifies emerging threats to endangered and critically endangered species such as pangolins and other ASAP species. Working in partnership with the civil society and government partners help us builds capacity to mitigate threats, increase protection for wildlife and habitats, deliver conservation awareness, promote sustainable livelihoods for vulnerable communities, and improve wildlife law enforcement. Together, they increase the ability of nature to rebound and thrive.
Where We Work
Southeast Asia, India, South Africa, South America
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