USAID Wildlife Asia is a five-year (2016-2021), US$24.5 million, regional counter wildlife trafficking (CWT) initiative addressing the illegal trade in pangolins, tigers, elephants, and rhinos in Southeast Asia including Cambodia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Thailand, and Vietnam, and China. However, USAID Wildlife Asia’s engagement and impact reach beyond the focal countries, extending to the entire ASEAN region. The project aims to reduce consumer demand for wildlife parts and products, strengthen law enforcement, enhance legal and political commitment, and support regional collaboration to reduce wildlife crime.