ICCWC donors

The following donors have generously provided funds to support the work and operation of ICCWC:

European Commission
Project Combat Wildlife Crime to strengthen the capacity of ICCWC, support capacity building of national law enforcement agencies and the implementation of ICCWC tools and activities.
Netherlands
A project in rhinoceros Range States to enhance the capacity of law enforcement officers in Africa and Asia to detect and counter the illegal trade in rhino horn.
Sweden
Implementation of the ICCWC Wildlife and Forest Crime Analytic Toolkit, support for the ICCWC Support Officer in the CITES Secretariat and ICCWC capacity-building activities, increased cooperation between Africa and Asia and the Ministerial Roundtable on combating transnational organized wildlife crime at CITES CoP16.
 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Support for the ICCWC Support Officer in the CITES Secretariat along with support for ICCWC activities and visibility.
 
United States of America
Enhancing collaboration among regional enforcement networks and support for the first global meeting of wildlife enforcement networks at CITES CoP16.
The World Bank
Implementation of the ICCWC Wildlife and Forest Crime Analytic Toolkit and support for ICCWC capacity-building activities.


ICCWC would like to thank all of the above donors for their support towards combating wildlife crime.