Save Vietnam’s Wildlife

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Save Vietnam’s Wildlife is a Vietnamese non-profit organisation dedicated to wildlife conservation, animal rescue and wildlife-related education.

Founded in 2014 and based in Ninh Bình, Save Vietnam’s Wildlife works with government agencies to rescue animals that have been confiscated from the illegal wildlife trade. The organisation works to combat illegal poaching, advocates for law improvement and site protection, and works with local communities providing educational outreach. It also works on conservation research and breeding for engendered animals including the Chinese pangolin and the Owston’s civet.

How You Can Help

Time: various (volunteering: at least one week; donations just a few minutes)

Volunteer with Save Vietnam’s Wildlife at the Cuc Phuong National Park in Ninh Bình province for a week, two weeks or several weeks. Note that these positions are paid, and volunteers must be aged 16 or over, have basic English skills and be physically fit. Vaccinations are required. Save Vietnam’s Wildlife sometimes also accepts ‘skilled professional’ volunteers, with a waived volunteer fee. You can also get involved with fundraising and campaigns.

Alternatively, donate to Save Vietnam’s Wildlife via its website, or adopt an animal (see below).

Cost: Various 

Donate to Save Vietnam’s Wildlife, or purchase equipment for its veterinary or anti-poaching teams. You can also symbolically ‘adopt’ an animal, such as a pangolin, otter or leopard cat, to provide rescued animals with fresh food, veterinary supplies and shelter. Note that volunteer placements cost a minimum of $400 USD (approximately £300) for accommodation and food.

Location: Ninh Bình, Vietnam

Find out more: https://svw.vn/

(This information was updated 08/03/22 and will be checked regularly by the Do Something Directory team. If you notice any mistakes, please let us know.)

Published by Francesca

Author • Founder and Managing Director of the Do Something Directory • Still can't believe MCR reunited.

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