The main source of funding is the European Union and in particular the Directorate–General (DG) EuropeAid. EuropeAid is a new Directorate–General (DG) responsible for designing EU development policies and delivering aid through programmes and projects across the world. It incorporates the former Development and Europeaid DGs.

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trafficTRAFFIC has an enviable reputation as a reliable and impartial organization, a leader in the field of conservation as it relates to wildlife trade.

TRAFFIC’s global network is research-driven, action-oriented, and committed to delivering innovative
and practical solutions to wildlife trade issues based on the latest information.

TRAFFIC operates through a network of eight regional programmes, co-ordinated by the TRAFFIC International headquarters in Cambridge, UK.

TRAFFIC’s Vision is of a world in which trade in wild plants and animals is managed at sustainable levels without damaging the integrity of ecological systems and in such a manner that it makes a significant contribution to human needs, supports local and national economies and helps to motivate commitments to the conservation of wild species and their habitats.

TRAFFIC is a strategic alliance of WWF and IUCN.

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WWFWWF’s mission is to conserve nature and reduce the most pressing threats to the diversity of life on Earth.

Our vision is to build a future where people live in harmony with nature

WWF Colombia strives that in the country and associated ecoregions, protection of representative ecosystems in harmony with the satisfaction of the needs and aspirations of local communities and future generations. It also hopes that through the creation and strengthening of strategic alliances, such as the development of joint projects, will create a new scenario, one in which communities decide and act in promoting the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and natural resources to ensure this, recognition of environmental and ecological services, as well as the improvement of their living conditions.

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The International Union for Conservation of Nature is the largest and oldest global environmental organization in the world. IUCN-Sur has over 20 years working in the implementation of projects for the sustainable management and conservation of biodiversity and natural resources of the region.

Overall IUCN works on three fronts:

  • Knowledge: IUCN develops and supports cutting-edge science for conservation, particularly in species, ecosystems, biodiversity and the impact they have on human livelihoods.
  • Action: IUCN runs thousands of field projects around the world to better manage natural environments.
  • Influence: IUCN supports governments, NGOs, international conventions, UN organizations, companies and communities to develop laws, policies and best practices.

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This project is financed by the European Union / Este proyecto está financiado por la Unión Europea