© Janissa Ng - WWF-Singapore

As long as there is demand for tiger body parts and governments fail to fully enforce trade bans, poachers will continue to kill tigers in the wild. On average, the bodies parts and products of at least two tigers are seized from illegal wildlife trade every week. But that's just the tip of the iceberg. 

Together with TRAFFIC, the global wildlife trade monitoring network, we implement strategies to support the interdiction of wildlife criminals, help governments shut down illegal markets and phase out tiger farms, and reduce demand by changing consumer behaviour. 

Together with partners from around the world, we are working against this devastating trade all along the trafficking route from source to end-use.