Meet the international network of journalists and read their stories about the poaching, smuggling and consumption of the world’s most trafficked mammal – the Pangolin.
The project, which covers more than 10 countries, builds on the expertise and knowledge of local reporters and the reach of their local news organizations to bring these transnational crimes to the attention of local readers and the wider global audiences. The complexity of the trade makes cross-border collaboration among journalists imperative.
Initial funding for this project was provided by the Hong Kong-based ADM Capital Foundation, with an additional grant from the Africa-China Reporting Project of The University of Witwatersrand in South Africa.
If you are interested in joining the collective, enabling local journalists or have information on the trade, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org