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Save Vietnam's Wildlife (SVW)


Save Vietnam’s Wildlife (SVW) is a national Non-Profit Organisation in Vietnam that was founded on the critical need for more effective solutions to secure a future for Vietnamese wildlife.

Save Vietnam’s Wildlife (SVW) founded in 2014 evolved out of a collaborative partnership with Cuc Phuong National Park to support the management and operation of the Carnivore and Pangolin Conservation Program (CPCP). The CPCP was a species-specific project for the Owston’s Civet overseen by Fauna and Flora International in Cuc Phuong National Park. OCP became the ‘Small Carnivore Conservation Program’(SCP) as its mandate expanded to include other species of mustelids and viverrids.

Engagement Mode


Age Group

Geographical Coverage


All youth

Key Highlights


SDG Goals

4: Quality education
12: Responsible consumption and production
15: Life on land
17: Partnership for the goals

Engagement Context


Theme of Work

Activism - grassroots movement
Activism - regulatory and enforcement
Public understanding and awareness

Established Year

January 1, 2014

Work with Marginalised Groups

Geographical Coverage


Related Projects & work

“Join Me To Protect Pu Mat Forest” Handbook

Designed, produced and provided to students in elementary and secondary schools in the buffer zone of Pu Mat National Park. The handbook which is strategically designed to bring rich content such as many interesting facts about Pu Mat National Park, in addition to beautiful and impressive images, and attractive games, will become a good book that is read many times and be passed down from generation to generation.

Save Vietnam's Wildlife (SVW)

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