Public outreach to address demand for endangered and protected species in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

This program will develop innovative outreach and behavior change campaigns to highlight risks to endangered and protected species and reduce demand for TCM products promoting and/or containing these species.

These messages will be launched on locally-relevant traditional and social media and

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targeted to audiences in key countries.
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Estimated Funding: $3,000,000

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