SCENTS supports the Java Island – Wild Leopard Survey activities that will be conducted on Java Island through monitoring poaching and online trading activities, as well as conducting field surveys in areas prone to poaching. The purpose of this activity is to provide up-to-date information on the threat to the conservation of the Javan Leopard from poaching and trading, as well as to supplement the Javan Leopard survey activities, so it is expected to provide a complete picture of the population and existing threats. By providing detailed data over time, the app can help evaluate the effectiveness of conservation measures and adjust strategies as needed. Javan Leopard (Panthera pardus melas) is protected under the Indonesian regulation (Law No. 5 of 1990 and Minister Regulation No. 106 of 2018).

For that purpose, SCENTS has just developed an app to manage trade and poaching data for the Javan leopard can offer numerous benefits, especially in terms of conservation and enforcement efforts. The aapp can facilitate the systematic collection of data on the Javan leopard’s population, incidents of poaching, and illegal trade activities. This data can be analyzed to identify trends, hotspots, and potential threats to the species. The app will enable real-time monitoring of the leopard’s habitat and instant reporting of poaching incidents or illegal trade activities. Quick data sharing allows for rapid response from conservationists and law enforcement. With solid data on poaching and trade, law enforcement can take more targeted actions to dismantle illegal networks and prosecute offenders.

Furthermore, the app can engage the public by allowing them to report sightings or suspected illegal activities. This not only aids in data collection but also raises public awareness and involvement in conservation efforts. It will serves as a central platform for coordination among various stakeholders, including conservationists, law enforcement, local communities, and researchers. This improved communication can lead to more effective and unified conservation strategies.

For educational purpose, the app can provide information about the Javan leopard, its importance, and conservation status. Educating people can foster a sense of stewardship and reduce demand for illegal wildlife products. Researchers can also use the data from the app to conduct studies on the Javan leopard’s ecology and conservation needs, informing more effective conservation planning and actions.

At the end, this app dedicated to managing trade and poaching data for the Javan leopard can be a powerful tool in the fight against its extinction, offering benefits for enforcement, engagement, education, and conservation planning.

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