|Established as Laos’ only registered non-profit wildlife centre which deals with the rescue, rehabilitation, release, education and conservation of all native species. From our site in Vientiane Province, we house many Endangered and Critically Endangered species, in need of conservation.
We collaborate with governments, NGOs and other organisations for the betterment of wildlife and conservation as a whole.
Our educational programmes aim to establish a new generation of conservation heroes in Laos, with a focus on biodiversity conservation and key species engagement.
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ASAP Species That We Work On
- Northern White-cheeked Gibbon Nomascus leucogenys
- Siamese Crocodile Crocodylus siamensis
- Sunda Pangolin Manis javanica
- Chinese Pangolin Manis pentadactyla
What We Do
|Northern White-cheeked Gibbon Nomascus leucogenys
Lao Conservation Trust for Wildlife (LCTW) holds several of this Critically Endangered species, all at various stages of rehabilitation. Our aim for all of these individuals, who were all rescued from the illegal wildlife trade, is to rehabilitate them in pairs and release them back to Protected Areas in Laos, if suited. Unfortunately, this species of Gibbon is commonly seen in the Lao trade so we expect to rescue many more in the coming years.
Siamese Crocodile Crocodylus siamensis
Sunda Pangolin Manis javanica
Chinese Pangolin Manis pentadactyla
Where We Work
Base centre is in Ban Keun, Vientiane Province.
We work with all National Protected Areas in Laos.
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Featured Photo: Lao Conservation Trust for Wildlife