Overview

  • Organization TypeAdvocacy NGO
  • Staff26-50
  • Development Budget1 Million - 5 Million
  • HeadquartersUnited States
  • Founded1994
Wildlife Alliance is the leader in direct protection to forests and wildlife in the Southeast Asian tropical belt. Our mission is to combat deforestation, wildlife extinction, climate change, and poverty by partnering with local communities and governments.   Wildlife Alliance’s comprehensive approach to environmental conservation is only realized through the hard work and support of hundreds of people.    The organization focuses on direct action on the ground to work towards habitat preservation, environmental conservation, and poverty alleviation. We take a comprehensive, holistic approach to combatting the drivers of environmental destruction in the tropical belt. Our forest programs tackle forest degradation and diminishing biodiversity in the wild; our community programs empower local people towards sustainable practices and incomes; our wildlife programs protect and care for endangered and trafficked animals; our education programs help bolster our conservation work in the long term; our advocacy programs coordinate our efforts with policy and decision makers both nationally and internationally.     What We Do   Forests Deforestation creates severe drought, threatens plants and animals with extinction, and directly contributes to global climate change. We work in the Cardamom Mountains of Southwestern Cambodia to stop deforestation and protect endangered wildlife through forest patrol, reforestation and protected forest demarcation programs.   Communities Wildlife Alliance is working in close partnership with local communities to empower people to earn an income that is sustainable for both their families and the environment, and to encourage communities to preserve the cultural and environmental heritage around them through our programs in agriculture and ecotourism.   Wildlife The illegal wildlife trade affects millions of individual animals and tens of thousands of species, and feeds many wildlife derivative trades. Wildlife Alliance began responding to the illegal wildlife trade in 2001. Our approach partners our Wildlife Rapid Rescue law enforcement team with our Care for Rescued Wildlife program.   Education Education is the lynchpin that ensures the long-term success of our conservation and sustainability programs by showing communities the benefits of wildlife protection, threats due to climate change, and the importance of maintaining the watershed. Through education and outreach, we enable people to safeguard their environment.   Advocacy An essential element of Wildlife Alliance’s model is to build financial and political support for conservation and sustainable poverty alleviation policies at all levels of government. With the support of policy makers, it is possible to secure the permanent protection of the environment and dependent communities.

Where is Wildlife Alliance
Staff3Location of current staff

Careers

Staff at Wildlife Alliance have experience in

Sectors

  • development
  • market research
  • research & development
  • climate change
  • media affairs / public relations

Funders

  • united states agency for international development
  • non-governmental organization
  • foundation
  • european union
  • asian development bank

Countries

  • cambodia
  • united states
  • worldwide
  • french polynesia
  • afghanistan

Skills

  • managerial experience
  • business development
  • international experience
  • with experience in conflict areas

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Current staff

Former staff

Company Offices
  • United States (headquarters)
  • New York
  • 1441 Broadway, Fifth Floor
  • Cambodia
  • Phnom Penh
  • Villa 51, Street 352 Boeung Keng Kang 1 Precinct Chamkarmon District

Experience

Primary sectors

Natural Resource Management
Market Research
Procurement Process
Monitoring / Evaluation
Research & Development
Administration
Climate Change
Banking & Finance Budgeting
Media Affairs / Public Relations
Public Administration
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