We are grateful to the following organisations for their generous support of the Oxford Martin Programme on Wildlife Trade:
The Oxford Martin School at the University of Oxford is a unique research centre that addresses global challenges and opportunities of the 21st century, across disciplines, that have the potential to have real impact beyond academia. The Oxford Martin Programme on Wildlife Trade has been created from funding by the School, which is supported until 2020.
The Darwin Initiative has supported our case study 1 on bear bile products in China and a special project on wild meat.
Melissa Arias obtained funding from CITES for a personal consultancy on jaguar trade in Latin America.
The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission supported Tim Kuiper’s PhD (case study 6).
The GCRF Trade Hub has supported various case study and special projects on wildlife trade.
The Secretaría de Educación Superior, Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación (SENESCYT), at the Gobierno del Encuentro in Ecuador, supported Melissa Arias‘s PhD (case study 5).
National Geographic Society supported Alegria Olmedo‘s PhD (case study 4).
The San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance has supported our Tools and Guidance programme and sponsored our 2017 Wildlife Trade Symposium through a bursary scheme to support attendance of delegates from developing countries.
TRAFFIC provided support for our 2017 Wildlife Trade Symposium through the USAID-funded Wildlife Trafficking Response, Assessment and Priority Setting (Wildlife TRAPS) project.
The Oxford Policy Engagement Network (OPEN) supported Tim Kuiper‘s PhD (case study 6).
The Oxford Knowledge Exchange Fund supported Alegria Olmedo‘s PhD (case study 4)
Melissa Arias was awarded WCS Christensen Conservation Leaders Scholarship to pursue her PhD (case study 5).