On 3rd April, the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation (CBCGDF) received feedback from the Federal Ministry of Environment Nigeria that they have received our proposal will process it in due time.
Thanks to the effort of the Department of International Affairs and assistance of local NGOs in Nigeria, CBCGDF did not only received feedback from the Ministry but also have received support from domestic and international support from the NGOs. CBCGDF will continue to call them on phone to follow-up on the proposal.
Illegal wildlife trade is imposing severe threats to the world’s only scaly mammal, but also that there is still a chance to save endangered species if we act wisely now. Collaborative actions have to start now. Pangolin conservation requires public conservation, which is the hope for wildlife to survive. We urge everyone to join the forces to work protect pangolins.
We hope to raise awareness about the plight of endangered species like the pangolin and reduce demand for products derived from protected animals via public participation.
By / Cathelina