Nancy Dione Amabo
Hello I am Nancy from Cameroon. I am a jurist specialized in wildlife law enforcement support. I cover issues on combatting wildlife crime from technical to operational aspects. I am currently working as a Law Enforcement Assistant at the World Wide Fund for Nature, (WWF) Cameroon. I am most passionate about wildlife protection. A healthy planet with thriving animal populations in the wild instead of increasingly being guarded in protected areas due to illegal wildlife trade and unsustainable human activities. Hailing from a community with strong regards to environmental values, I grew up cherishing animal welfare. The rapid decline in wildlife motivated me to join the Last Great Ape Organization (LAGA), Cameroon and since then I have been committed to fighting wildlife crime.
Joining the Youth for Wildlife Conservation Forum as a delegate is a remarkable opportunity for me to be empowered while working with passionate conservationists from all over the world in seeking lasting solutions to fighting wildlife crime and participating in the CITES CoP18.