For millennia, people have been hunting wildlife for food. But today, due to population increase and a growing demand for meat, overhunting for wild meat is threatening hundreds of wildlife species with extinction. When forests and grasslands are empty of wildlife and the rivers, lakes and coastal reefs have will be emptied of fish, not only irreplaceable biodiversity will be lost, but indigenous and traditional people will have lost a vital source nutrition, income and cultural identity. The Sustainable Wildlife Management (SWM) Programme is developing innovative solutions based on field projects in thirteen countries. It is a seven-year (2018-2024) African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) initiative, which is being funded by the European Union with co-funding from the French Facility for

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