23 May '11, 4pm

WWF and Partners Create a Hotline to Stop Poaching in Namibia

WWF and Partners Create a Hotline to Stop Poaching in Namibia

A free and confidential phone hotline launched in Namibia as a proactive measure to stop potential acts of poaching. The SMS hotline allows individuals who are aware of rhino poaching to contact authorities safely and anonymously. WWF developed this tool with the Government of Namibia and Mobile Telecommunications Limited and is hopeful that other countries will use the model to help address poaching issues. Rhino poaching in Namibia is now at an all time low because of innovative thinking and strong leadership from WWF, the Government of Namibia, the private sector and other non-governmental organizations. Strong efforts have been made to influence international legislation and work with communities to educate them about the harmful impacts of illegally killing wildlife. Learn more: Our work in Namibia | Rhinos | Wildlife Trade “I want to make it very clear that here in N...

Full article: http://www.worldwildlife.org/who/media/press/2011/WWFPres...

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