ARREST Program Engages Youth at Community Service Fair


On September 5th, FREELAND was invited to Bangkok Patana School to showcase the efforts of the USAID-funded ARREST (Asia’s Regional Response to Endangered Species Trafficking) Program and engage youth at the annual Community Service Fair (CSF). More than 500 students attended the event. The CSF is designed for organizations to engage youth and inform them of various ways they can get involved. Staff from FREELAND introduced the iTHINK website and encouraged students to use the website and social media as a platform to create discussion concerning wildlife trafficking.


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