A partnership to end extinction

ASAP is a partnership platform of over 200 organisations with the mission of ending species extinctions in Southeast Asia

© Tilo Nadler
© Tilo Nadler

Species

Southeast Asia is extremely rich in biodiversity, but species are highly threatened.

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© Paul Hilton

Partners

ASAP Partners work to change the conservation outlook of threatened species in Southeast Asia

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© Cikananga Conservation Breeding Center

Inspiration

Meet the people, projects and organisations who are making a real difference.

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Southeast Asia is extremely rich in biodiversity, with the region falling within four biodiversity hotspots. However, species in this region are facing serious rates of decline and are associated with high levels of threatThe region has seen the world’s fastest recent rates of habitat loss and over-exploitation of wildlife

ASAP is a partnership platform which exists to end species extinctions in Southeast Asia. We support Partners through a combination of funding, capacity development and tailored support so that they can deliver the impactful conservation that is essential to reverse the decline of species.

Our impact

21 species

supported with direct funding

Over 200 Partners

across 40 countries

US$90,000

given in small grants to 15 projects

30

conservationists supported with capacity development

Become and ASAP Partner

We welcome applications from organisations that contribute towards the conservation of ASAP species. By joining the Partnership, you will be part of a collective effort to conserve ASAP species.

News and stories

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ASAP Partners say

"We feel less isolated. We feel part of the conservation
community even though we are a grassroots NGO."

Veronique Audibert

POH KAO

“We have learned more about what other organisations/stakeholders are doing to save species of interest and known more about available funding and training opportunities.”

Minh Le

Central Institute for Natural Resources and Environmental Studies