This project will work in two priority Tiger Conservation Landscapes (Kerinci-Seblat, Ulu Masen which contain over 60% of all Sumatran tigers), the project will disrupt organised IWT networks by strengthening community and government collaboration and capacity to investigate and prosecute wildlife crime, increasing prosecutions and reducing poaching. As well as Sumatran Tigers, this project will help to reduce poaching of the Sunda pangolin, the helmeted hornbill and elephants.