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Lastest news

SOS Travelling Exhibition is back in the City
Ho Chi Minh City, dated 17th October 2014 - The SOS Travelling Exhibition with the message “Say No to illegal wildlife products” had been successfully operated in Tan Binh and Hoang Hoa Tham Secondary Schools, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City. In the academic year 2014-2015, the SOS Exhibition will travel to approximately 20 secondary schools for about 20,000 students aged from 12 to 15 years old of Ho Chi Minh City.
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Park staff learnt to use open source application in natural resource management.
From the 8th to 12th September 2014, Wildlife At Risk (WAR) co-operated with U Minh Thuong National Park - Kien Giang Province
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Discover a new plant species for Vietnam
August 2014 – Wildlife At Risk (WAR) has just announced a new plan species for Vietnam i.e the Hoya yuennanensis or “Cẩm cù vân nam” in Vietnamese. Hoya yuennanensis was recorded during a biodiversity survey conducted by WAR in Bidoup - Nui Ba National Park, Lam Dong Province, last May.
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The teacher training workshop on integrating wildlife protection into Biology Subject Grade 7.
The teacher training workshop on integrating wildlife protection into Biology Subject Grade 7.
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“Grown with love” at Wildlife Summer Camp 2014
Kien Giang, dated 20 June 2014 – The Wildlife Summer Camp that lasted for five days and four nights at Hon Me Wildlife Rescue Station had an exciting atmosphere. A series of meaningful and entertaining activities at the Camp aimed to connect youth and wildlife conservation. This Wildlife Summer Camp, also called “Summer Move”, is an annual programme launched by Wildlife At Risk (WAR) in June 2013. The Wildlife Summer Camp 2014 was organised by WAR with financial support from Beyond Cosmetic.
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Photorgaphic Checklist of Reptiles - Amphibians at Ba Hon, Hon Dat District, Kien Giang Province
This thirty-four-page booklet, sized 14.5X20.5cm, in Vietnamese, introduces 34 species of reptiles and amphibians living in the wild at Hon Me and the surrounding. The booklet includes seven amphibian species belonging to four families
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