WWF was one of the first international non-government organizations working in Vietnam.

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.


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A saola calf

World Saola Day: Conservationists Aim to Establish First Breeding Program for Asian “Unicorn”

Collaborative Program Will Complement Ongoing Habitat Protection and Anti-Poaching Efforts to Save One of World’s Rarest Mammals

09 Jul 2017 Read more »
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Using a cast-net to harvest shrimp at Mr. Au Thanh Hung’s farm, Thuan Thanh farmer group, Soc Trang province.

Connecting European Consumers and Small Scale Farmers in Vietnam Through a Cost-sharing Model

Approximately 80% of export volume of Vietnamese shrimp originates from small-scale shrimp farms in the Mekong Delta. This area is under significant ...

29 Jun 2017 Read more »
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White-leg shrimp at an ASC-certified farm

Small-Scale Shrimp Holders in Soc Trang Achieving International Responsible Certification – the Ultimate Ticket to High-End Markets

A local shrimp-farming group in Soc Trang - Hoa Nghia Co-operative has received its first Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) certification for a ...

23 Jun 2017 Read more »
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The mighty forest of the central Annamite

WWF and Partners Celebrate Six Years of Successful Forest and Wildlife Conservation in Central Annamites of Laos and Vietnam

Hue City, Vietnam, April 20, 2017 -- A ground-breaking partnership has resulted in the protection of more than 240,000 hectares of forests in the ...

20 Apr 2017 Read more »
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Earth Hour

A decade of Earth Hour: From a symbolic moment to a global movement

Ten years after the world's first Earth Hour in Sydney put climate change in the spotlight, WWF's landmark movement is set to once again unite ...

23 Mar 2017 Read more »
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Jun - an 6 years old elephant was found trapped and wounded by the local people. Now Jun is taken care by the Dak Lak Elephant Conservation Center as he was not able to be released back to the wild.

Wild elephants could become extinct in Dak Lak in coming years, unless we act now

A recent estimation suggests the possibility of Vietnam’s largest wild elephant population going extinct in coming years.

23 Mar 2017 Read more »

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