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On July 6 2016, Mae Sot Wildlife Checkpoint officials cooperated with military officials of the 4th Task Force Regiment and the chief of Village no. 5 in staging a community forum for the Nong King Fa community on “The Illegal Trafficking of Wildlife and Ivory, including ivory products and orchids” at the central pavilion of Village no. 5 in Tak province. The community forum was staged to encourage cooperation between organizations and solidarity between agencies in same region as well as reaching out to the various village communities in the area. This was done as means to combat against illegal ivory trafficking and raise public awareness within the general population to reduce and desist in consuming and trafficking endangered wildlife.
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On July 5 2016, Mae Sot Wildlife Checkpoint officials hosted a discussion forum with the local populations on “The Illegal trafficking of wildlife and ivory, including ivory products and orchids” at Wat Wang Tahkian in Tak province. The forum was organized with the combined efforts of military officials of the 4th Task Force Regiment, the secretary of Mae Sot District, the director of the Ban Wang Tahkian Community Hospital, the chief of Ban Wang Tahkian village no. 4, and the abbot of Wat Wang Tahkian as way to encourage cooperation between organizations and solidarity among agencies in the region in combatting against illegal ivory trafficking by informing the popluations  and raising public awareness to reduce and desist in the consumption of wildlife and trading ivory illegally.
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On Feburary 23 2016, Mae Sot Wildlife Checkpoint in Tak province came together to inspect the two giraffes slated to be exported from Safari World in Bangkok to Naypyidaw, Myanmar. The certificate detailing the transfer was present with the giraffes and staffs of the company requesting the transfer. The request was then cleared for further transport to Myanmar.

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