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Crocodiles behind chain-link fense.
Captive-bred crocodiles, Prek Toal village, Tonle Sap lake, Cambodia.
© Conservation International/photo by Jack Tordoff
Cambodia Crocodile Conservation Programme: Building Civil Society Capacity to Tackle the Unsustainable Exploitation of Siamese Crocodiles
Grantee Name: 
Fauna and Flora International
HOTSPOT
Indo-Burma
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$34,514
DATES
Mar 2011
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Jun 2013
KEYWORDS
Stats
Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Indo-Burma
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$34,514
DATES
Mar 2011
-
Jun 2013
KEYWORDS

Promote sustainable management and improved regulation of Cambodia's crocodile farming industry, by facilitating the establishment of a Cambodian Crocodile Farmers Association, supporting it to develop protocols and rules to address key industry issues, and initiating a process to shift industry practice towards a sustainable leather industry. Establish a monitoring program to evaluate project impact on the wild stocks of the Siamese crocodile.

Strategic Direction: 1 Safeguard priority globally threatened species in Indochina by mitigating major threats