Vietnamese Students engaged with Wildlife Trade Exhibits

WLT exhibit at Faculty of Vietnamese in USSH on 24 Feb 2014 (ENV-R)

Education for Nature-Vietnam(ENV) continued public awareness raising program with wildlife trade exhibits at Hanoi University and the University of Social Sciences and Humanities on February 20 and 24 respectively. The wildlife trade exhibits attracted nearly 600 students who were eager to learn more about illicit wildlife trade and ways to help reduce consumption of popular illicit products such as tiger bone glue and rhino horn. The exhibitions were held as part of the consumption reduction campaign of the USAID-funded Asia’s Regional Response to Endangered Species Trafficking Program. ENV, a partner of the program, will continue public outreach at universities to engage youth in a country infamous for its consumption of endangered species, especially critically endangered animals such as Africa’s rhinos.

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