Sam Veasna Centre for Wildlife Conservation
The Sam Veasna Center (SVC) is working to conserve wildlife of Cambodia in partnership with Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and the Ministry of Environment and Forestry Administration of Cambodia. Our previous visions are broad and now we focus on Alternative Livelihood through Eco-tourism with communities in the protected areas we are working. In return, the communities sign an agreement with us to stop hunting and logging as well as expanding their rice field.
The number of species have been increased year on year since 2006 and village income is also better than before.
Bengal Florican is a species that the world conservationists are looking at and Cambodia holds most of the world's population but they will be extinct in 2020 if there is not good management on habitat and breeding. We spend $5 dollars on the nest finders, for each nest finding.
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