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The Australian Volunteer International provides opportunity for one volunteer who is Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents and New Zealand citizens resident in Australia to work as a Communication Officer at Save Vietnam's Wildlife. The Comminication Officer will support Save Vietnam’s Wildlife in the design and implementation of a comprehensive communication as well as fundraising strategy. Also, she/he will work alongside the Vietnamese communications manager and wildlife education manager in order to build their capacity and ensure they can work autonomously after the end of this assignment.
Although the Save Vietnam’s Wildlife has faced many challenges and difficulties in the last year, we have had many positive results for wildlife conservation in Vietnam and Southeast Asia. Below is a summary of some our most important achievements in the last quarter of 2014. We are proud of the new arrival confiscated pangolins after almost four years, the starting Carnivore and Pangolin Education Centre, the Owston’s civet awareness campaign and many other successful works, which are listed in our first Newsletter.
Ninh Binh, 5th January 2015, Save Vietnam’s Wildlife has successfully conducted the first stage of the Owston’s civets Awareness Campaign that is distributing 2000 copies of the informative posters and 2015 and 2016 calendars to 63 provincial Forest Protection Departments and over 20 offices working in nature conservation in Vietnam. The campaign aims to highlight the importance of Owston’s civet conservation to ensure confiscated Owston’s civets and confiscated wildlife as well will be transferred to rescue centres. This is the first time an awareness campaign towards Owston’s civet conservation has been conducted in Vietnam.
On 4th December 2014, seven Sunda pangolins (Manis javanica) were successfully rescued and safely transferred to the Carnivore and Pangolin Conservation Program – Save Vietnam Wildlife. These animals were confiscated in Lao Bao Border Gate, Quang Tri Province by Quang Tri Customs Department.
On 26th November 2014, three male Sunda pangolins (Manis javanica) weighing totally 20 kilograms safely arrived to the Carnivore and Pangolin Conservation Program - Save Vietnam’s Wildlife (SVW) at 8:00 PM after one day of being transferred by SVW Staff under strong support of Ha Giang Forest Protection Department (FPD).
On 28th October 2014, Save Vietnam’s Wildlife (SVW) received seven Sunda pangolin (Manis javanica) from Ha Noi Wildlife Rescue Centre (WRS). They include one adult male weighing 9 kg and six baby pangolins, which were confiscated by Hung Yen Forest Protection Department from illegal wildlife trafficking. On arrival one of the baby pangolins was already dead and the rest were extremely stressed and weak due to poor care received during transportation in wildlife trade but are now receiving professional care in the quarantine facility of The Carnivore and Pangolin Conservation Program (CPCP). After one month of quarantine we will assess their eligibility for natural reintroduction in the future.