Nearly 30,000 enforcement patrols have been conducted since 2015

18 Jun 2022
Nearly 30,000 enforcement patrols have been conducted since 2015

The project has established an effective boots-on-the-ground protection of this highly threatened foret landscape. Since 2006, the project has achieved zero poaching of Asian elephants and supported significant recovery of ungulates and carnivore populations. The project employs over 350 rangers, who have conducted nearly 30,000 patrols since 2015 resulting in the removal of >200,000 snares, confiscation of >10,000 chainsaws and logging/poaching vehicles and the rescue of 3250 live animals.