ICCWC donors

The following donors have generously provided funds to support the implementation of the ICCWC Strategic Programme 2016-2020:

 

 

European Union (13.5m EUR)

Supports a broad range of activities, including the implementation of ICCWC Wildlife and Forest Crime Analytic Toolkit, resulting recommendations and the ICCWC Indicator Framework for Combating Wildlife and Forest Crime; capacity building across a number of areas, including training in the use of wildlife forensic science, implementation of anti-corruption measures and strategies; specialized investigation techniques; regional and global law enforcement activities and operations; the design and delivery of targeted training and law enforcement mentorship programmes; and the delivery of the Strategic Programme, strengthened synergies with other European Union responses to wildlife and forest crime in order to address the entire illicit supply chain and mobilize all relevant stakeholders. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

France (235,000 EUR)

Contributes to the implementation of recommendations of the ICCWC Toolkit; targeted activities to disrupt criminal networks; the convening of a Wildlife Inter-Regional Enforcement Meeting (WIRE) for Customs Officers and a Regional Investigative and Analytical Case Meeting (RIACM) with both meetings connecting African and Asian investigators discussing strategic and tactical wildlife crime responses as well as broader support to the ICCWC Strategic Programme. 

 

Germany (400,000 EUR)

Supports the implementation of recommendations of theICCWC Toolkit, including the development of a Rapid Reference Manual for prosecutors and investigators on wildlife crime, a bench book for judges and capacity building for investigators, prosecutors and judiciary in Mozambique. In Uganda, the implementation of ICCWC Toolkit and ICCWC Indicator Framework and the development of a Rapid Reference Guide for prosecutors and investigators on wildlife crime.

Principality of Monaco (200,000 EUR) 

Contributes to targeted activities including the development of the Threat Assessment on illegal wildlife trade in West and Central Africa; the CITES Timber Task Force; targeted law enforcement activities and operations and the implementation of the ICCWC Wildlife crime and anti-money-laundering (AML) training programme. 

 

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (4m GBP) 

Supports a broad range of activities, including the implementation of the ICCWC AML training programme; the implementation of the ICCWC Toolkit, resulting recommendations and the ICCWC Indicator Framework; the convening of the CITES National Ivory Action Plan (NIAP) Task Force; training on corruption risk identification and development of corruption risk mitigation strategies; capacity building on crime scene investigation and specialized investigations techniques; regional workshops and mentorship programmes for prosecutors; and the delivery and coordination of the ICCWC Strategic Programme

 

 

United States of America (760,000 USD) 

Supports law enforcement cooperation and strengthened collaboration among Wildlife Enforcement Networks (WENs); the development of Guidelines for establishing new and strengthening existing WENs; convening of the 3rd Global meeting of the WENs; and targeted support and capacity building for WENs globally.  

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Previous Donors to ICCWC (2010-2016)

 

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