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Become a Partner

The achievements made already and those that will come are not possible without the help of our partners. This is why WWF is always looking to forge new relationships with those parties that would be interested in working together for the conservation of the Annamites ecoregion.

If your organisation would like to join the team that is working hard to conserve this amazing region of the world, then please contact us.

Visit the Annamites

The Annamites is a massive range that stretches from the north to the south of Vietnam and into Laos. To get deep into the heartland of this amazing range of mountains, you can use either Hoi Ann or Hue in the centre of Vietnam to base your explorations from.

If you decide to stay in Hoi Ann, then you should visit the Conservation Cafe at 98, Pho Nguyen Thái Hoc. Here you will be able to pick up the latest information on what to do and where to go in the central Annamites.


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Tribal grandmother,  from the Ta Oi ethnic minority group, in Central Vietnam (Annamites), tends to ... 
	© WWF / Elizabeth KEMF
Tribal grandmother, from the Ta Oi ethnic minority group, in Central Vietnam (Annamites), tends to her grandchild. Ta Oi tribal people live in the A Sau Valleys, one of the most heavily sprayed areas of Vietnam, where third generation children are suffering from the aftermath of Agent Orange.
© WWF / Elizabeth KEMF

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