Technical Specialist, Wildlife Trade Africa
and illegal wildlife trade, including across FFI’s regional programmes and partner network, in line with FFI’s values and strategic priorities. This role is part of the FFI’s global Wildlife Trade team, but will have a particular focus on the Africa region. Specific Duties:
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