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As well as thematic programmes encompassing species and ecosystem security, policy and behaviour, capacity building, livelihoods and business and biodiversity, Fauna & Flora International has four regional conservation programmes.
Fauna & Flora International has its roots in Africa and has maintained a strong presence throughout the continent since the organisation was founded there in 1903.
Towards the end of the 20th century, Fauna & Flora International launched its Americas programme which is now expanding throughout Central and South America.
Active in the Asia-Pacific region as early as 1935, when its members were involved in the creation of Hailey National Park in India, Fauna & Flora International now runs projects in Beijing, Hanoi, Phnom Penh, Manila, Bogor, Medan, Sungai Penuh and Banda Aceh.
Our Eurasia programme operates to the north and west of this region, covering a huge diversity of temperate and sub-tropical ecosystems.