In the 1990s, WWF began working on a national conservation strategy; and since then has worked closely with the Vietnamese government on a diverse range of environmental issues and implemented field activities across the country.
Based in Hanoi, the WWF Indochina Programme expanded its operations into Cambodia [since 1993] and Lao PDR [since 1997]. In 2006 WWF-Thailand joined WWF Indochina to form the WWF-Greater Mekong. And in 2014, WWF-Greater Mekong opened the 5th office in Yangon, Myanmar. WWF-Vietnam is the implementing arm for projects in Vietnam.
WWF-Vietnam has four strategies
Securing landscape integrity and climate change resilience
Ensuring sustainable hydropower development
Strengthening law enforcement and protected area management
Securing sufficient sustainable financing
Our work spans across three priority landscapes: the Central Annamites, Southern Annamites and Mekong Delta.
We and our partners are working to bring sustainability to Vietnam's fisheries, climate change resilience to vulnerable communities, protection for Vietnam's rarest species, alternative livelihoods for the poor living around crucial protected areas, green solutions to businesses and much, much more.
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