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Thank you, your donation allows us to act! Poh Kao means direct protection on the ground for the safeguarding of the biodiversity in Cambodia and India. Through our programs to protect Veun Sai Siem Pang National Park and Sariska Tiger Reserve’s endangered species, we take action to preserve biodiversity and Indigenous People culture. Supporting us…

Evergreen Forest Protection in N.E Cambodia

Community patrols, recruited from some of poorest communities, are giving much needed support to national authorities to protect 17 critically endangered wildlife species. Poh Kao and its partner NTFP local NGO provide on-the-ground protection to one of the last biodiversity hotspot in Cambodia : the Veun Sai-Siem Pang National Park.   Southeast Asia’s wild tropical…

About Us

At Poh Kao, we choose to work in the most isolated, wild, and intact places left on the planet where indigenous people and local communities are living, these forests are the source of their families’ livelihoods and well being and the foundation of their cultural identities. We believe that equitable and unavoidable solutions to biodiversity…

Meet The Team

The Cambodia Team After 12 years of direct implementation of activities, we partner with Non Timber Forest Products NGO for the project named “Community Networks for Gibbon Protection at Veun Sai Siem Pang National Park. http://www.ntfp-cambodia.org/ Organization Chief Executive –Mr. LONG Serey Mr. BIN Savoeurn, Project Coordinator & AdminMr. HENG Sokha, Community Forestry  CoordinatorMr. SAM…

CEO Veronique Audibert Pestel

Veronique Audibert P is the founder of “POH KAO des Tigres et des Hommes”, a French Conservation NGO that she dedicated first to Cambodian Tigers Protection (2006). She makes this decision after shooting a documentary entitled “Klah Thom, the last Cambodian tiger”, a investigation on tigers’ poaching and trading in Cambodia (2000). Her first immersion…

Community rangers

At the time of the massive destruction of biodiversity, we choose to work on the front line with local communities. 12 months patrol efforts/ year by community wardens and park rangers.208 people worked as community wardens (139%) an average of 63 patrols/year. Our strategies include: Develop a long-term strategy for addressing the threats from wildlife…

Tiger Protection at Sariska National Park

India is home to 2,226 tigers, 70% of all tigers found on earth! We work with Indigenous Peoples and local park authorities to achieve a shared vision for a safer and more resilient future, where wildlife remains a visible, flourishing and culturally valued part of the wilderness where our partners live and work. After a…

Community Night Shows

Engage whole communities through video on wildlife and habitat protection, wildlife law and Wildlife Alliance hotline number to raise awareness about wildlife laws and penalties for wildlife trafficking.