Phase II of Zero-Snaring Campaign successfully ends

The Ministry of Environment and its partner NGOs are concluding Phase II of its Zero-Snaring Campaign after officially launching it in Pailin and Battambang provinces to eradicate snaring and stop wildlife trafficking in the Kingdom’s protected areas. ...

Ben Sokhean

Cambodia calls for collective action to protect wildlife

Cambodia on Tuesday called for collective action from stakeholders ranging from relevant organizations, local authorities, private sector and local communities to protect wildlife and other natural resources. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Phase two of zero-snaring campaign launched

The second phase of the zero-snaring campaign in protected areas was launched on March 3 in the presence of Ministry of Environment secretary of state and spokesman Neth Pheaktra. The first phase of the campaign was considered a “resounding success”. ...

Post Staff

Zero-snaring campaign Phase II underway from March

The second phase of the Ministry of Environment’s zero-snaring campaign will begin in March. The campaign encourages businesses and the public to work together to protect the Kingdom’s remaining wildlife. ...

Chea Sokny

Snaring increasing in Phnom Oral, say sanctuary villagers

Residents of Sorya village in Oral district’s Tasal commune of Kampong Speu province claim that snaring crimes are still a serious concern in the Phnom Oral Wildlife Sanctuary, especially in the Phnom Thom and Khnong Veal areas. ...

Khouth Sophak Chakrya

First phase of Zero-Snaring campaign wraps up

The Zero-Snaring campaign, initiated and led by the Ministry of Environment, with the cooperation and support from conservation organisations, was wrapped up with rallies in Kratie, Stung Treng, Ratanakiri, Mondulkiri, Preah Vihear and Kampong Thom. The campaign ran from March to September, 2022. ...

Post Staff

Zero Snaring campaign underway in M’kiri

The first province to see the latest “Stop Wildlife Trafficking” campaign, an extension of the successful zero snaring campaign, was Mondulkiri province in the northeast of Cambodia, an area which is rich in natural resources and wildlife in protected areas. ...

Lay Samean

Ministry, WWF launch anti-bushmeat campaign in Mondulkiri

The Ministry of Environment and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) have co-organised a campaign to stop wildlife trafficking in Mondulkiri province with the purpose of protecting Cambodia’s wildlife resources and contribute to the protection of public health, with experts saying that bushmeat consumption ...

Lay Samean

Zero-snaring campaign set to intensify

Over three million people have been made aware of the zero-snaring campaign through more than 300 news articles and social media posts spread out since its launch, according to a senior Ministry of Environment official. ...

Voun Dara

Zero-Snaring Campaign kicks off in Mondulkiri

The Ministry of Environment and environmentalists have express of the risk of loss of rare species amid government cooperating with relevant partners to launch the fourth “Zero-Snaring Campaign” in Mondulkiri province to protect the wildlife animal in the last protected areas. ...

Ben Sokhean

Zero-snaring fight moves to Kratie

The Zero-Snaring campaign has started after seeing considerable success in Stung Treng and Preah Vihear. ...

So Cheata

“Zero-snaring” campaign to protect animals launched in Cambodia

Cambodia’s Ministry of Environment and partner groups on Thursday launched a “zero-snaring” campaign in protected areas to protect animals from being trapped and killed, officials said. ...

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