IFAW-commissioned survey by Rapid Asia ; Prominent Chinese citizens call on lawmakers to “Save China’s Image, End the Ivory Trade”

Prominent Chinese citizens call on lawmakers to “Save China’s Image, End the Ivory Trade” We know that the government plays a crucial role in changing Chinese attitudes about ivory consumption. Not only must government make laws to discourage the burgeoning demand, but it has to change its own behaviors. That is why Chinese artist and… Read more »

Rapid Asia presents evaluation results of the Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards in Hanoi

Rapid Asia together with representatives from the Department of Agriculture and WSPA in Hanoi.  The Livestock Emergency Guidelines and Standards (LEGS), has been developed by WSPA to be an international standard for improving the quality of livestock programs in connection with humanitarian disasters. The Ministry of Agriculture in Vietnam is adopting LEGS approach to be part of their national… Read more »

MTV EXIT Impact Summary – February 2013

MTV EXIT works with Rapid Asia that has developed the methodology behind the KAP Score. The KAP Score combines ratings on Knowledge, Attitude and intended Practice into a weighted one number score. For this campaign, all the KAP measures have been developed according to input and recommendations from TIP experts across the region before each MTV EXIT intervention (program/event). The evaluation itself takes place in three stages…(Read More: http://mtvexit.org/impact/)

Rapid Asia attends the ARREST Partners Meeing on Wildlife Trade in Beijing

Beijing

Pianist Ren Siyin, Daniel Lindgren (Founder of Rapid Asia), popular singer Xiao Wei and Grace Gabriel (Asia Regional Director for IFAW). Rapid Asia came to Beijing to attend the ARREST Partners Meeting on wildlife trade, hosted by the Freeland Foundation and IFAW. The meeting was held to discuss future collaboration and intervention efforts to curb… Read more »

Research Report with Rapid Asia’s Evaluation Framework : Sex and Labor Trafficking Network and Pattern in Cambodia

RESEARCH REPORT ON SEX AND LABOR TRAFFICKING NETWORK AND PATTERN IN CAMBODIA ABSTRACT Low education and food insecurity are significant vulnerability factors for trafficking; also, victims typically experience multiple triggers (illness, debt, natural disaster, family splits). Vulnerable groups, returned migrants and survivors share a lack of knowledge of the breadth of trafficking (affects all ages… Read more »