H�Nh Trang Ng�N Ng?: Language Luggage For Vietnam: A First

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Trang Nguyen is working khổng lồ kết thúc illegal wildlife trade in Vietnam and Internationally. At a young age, she witnessed the harvesting of bile from a live sầu bear khổng lồ be used in Traditional Asian Medicine. Since then, she decided to lớn start the NGO WildAct focussed on monitoring the international wildlife trade. Trang now devotes her time to lớn researching và monitoring the markets for illegal wildlife products. Her retìm kiếm has taken her across continents and contexts, from Asia khổng lồ Africa, while exploring the dem& for wildlife products. Besides research, Trang và her team also invest in educating và raising awareness on this subject among Vietnamese youth.

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Background

Trang Nguyen grew up in Vietphái mạnh, where the dem& for wildlife & their body toàn thân parts is high. From an early age, she dreamt of becoming a wildlife conservationist, so she went khổng lồ the UK to study conservation. But life had another quest lined up for her. During the rhino poaching crisis in Africa where Vietphái nam was recognised as one of the main consumers, traders & transit countries, Trang focused her attention on the illegal wildlife trade in Vietnam giới, và internationally. When she was just 23 years old, she founded her Conservation NGO WildAct. Trang has also worked for a number of international conservation organizations, such as Flora và Fauna International, Wildlife Conservation Society and TRAFFIC – monitoring the illegal wildlife trade. In 2018, Trang finished her PhD in Biodiversity Management at the University of Kent, England. Her research focused on the impact of wild animal part use in Traditional Asian Medicine on the African wildlife.

Vision và Approach

Trang believes more can be achieved when we rid ourselves of prejudice and work together to lớn solve problems. Her motivation khổng lồ stop wildlife trade & improve the condition of Vietnamese wildlife has pushed her to lớn start the NGO WildAct.

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Since its founding, WildAct has grown khổng lồ become an influential organisation in the fight against illegal wildlife trade in Vietphái nam. Trang & her team actively monitor the trade và demand for wildlife products across borders, from Africa to lớn Asia. They couple their intense monitoring efforts with education và awareness campaigns focused on reducing the dem& for these products. Since 2018, WildAct organised the first master course on Combating Illegal Wildlife Trade, in collaboration with the University of Vinch for Vietnamese students & early career conservationists. WildAct is also involved in providing scholarships for exceptional students lớn conduct their own research. Unfortunately, Vietphái nam is still one of the largest wildlife trade hubs, transit, & consumer countries. Through their training programmes, Trang and her team are building the capacity of Vietnam’s wildlife conservation sector. This way, they hope to lớn change the behaviours of current and future consumers of wildlife products. And more recently, WildAct was awarded with the USAID Rise Challenge khổng lồ end Gender Based Violence and Gender Inechất lượng by empowering women in the nature conservation sector.

Impact of the Future For Nature Award

With financial support from Future For Nature Foundation, Trang created the master course ‘Combating Illegal Wildlife Trade’, and provided 150 scholarships & 150 retìm kiếm grants to lớn students who participated in the course;Through the Future For Nature Family, Trang met and formed a collaboration with previous winner Ofir Drori. This resulted in an arrest of 4 Cameroon smugglers with 300 kg of elephant ivory & 2.5 tons of pangolin scales in early 2019;Trang became the first Vietnamese woman lớn win the Future For Nature Award. The international truyền thông media attention she received encouraged young people in Vietnam giới, especially women, to lớn follow wildlife conservation as a career.Trang signed a contract with the largest publisher in Vietnam to create a series of picture books based on her personal experience in wildlife conservation. The book has been sold lớn Pan Macmillan Advertiser in the UK and Penguin Random House in the US và expected khổng lồ be published in both countries in 2021. "Despite being very young, Trang has already made an extraordinary contribution in the fight against illegal wildlife trade. She has a very broad international understanding of wildlife trade issues. This makes her uniquely placed to play a leadership role in her trang chính country."