The Wildlife Enforcement Monitoring System (WEMS) developed by the United Nations University (UNU) – Japan in cooperation with the Asian Conservation Alliance (ACA) is web-based software for collecting, analyzing and sharing wildlife crime related information. WEMS provides a platform for monitoring trafficking of wildlife and wildlife crime through a joint effort of United Nations bodies, national governments, private industries, civil society and research institutions, by building a common data collection and reporting mechanism at national level.

Summary WEMS ANALYSIS Report 2015