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OUR DONORS US$100 million raised thanks to the commitment and generosity of our many partners and donors. We are delighted to announce that we have reached our fundraising target of US$100 million for our Campaign for a Living Planet. Over the past five years, this campaign has been our worldwide call to action to protect the planet's most remarkable species and places and tackle humanity's footprint on Earth. We are grateful to all of our donors - from individuals to foundations to corporate partners - who have supported the campaign and are helping us build a future in which people live in harmony with nature. As ever we are thankful for the inspiring leadership and support of the chair of the Campaign for a Living Planet Steering Committee, André Hoffmann, and to other committee members for their active involvement. Together, our efforts have been rewarded with this inspirational sum raised. WWF International has four levels of partnership and engagement: the Honorary Circle, Conservation Leaders, Conservation Champions and Conservation Partners. We would like to thank and recognize all of our donors who have provided leadership and generous funding support for our conservation work. Honorary Circle We thank the Hoffmann family who, through the MAVA Foundation, have generously supported many global programmes, such as our marine, climate, protected areas and freshwater work, specifically in the Mediterranean, Greater Mekong, China, Mongolia, Europe and West Africa. MAVA has also supported the development of our core fundraising team and the closing stages of our Campaign for a Living Planet, and renewed their support for the Luc Hoffmann Institute. Miel de Botton provides ongoing support to our Campaign for a Living Planet Leadership Fund as well as WWF's marine work and our global climate and policy work, with a particular focus on China. Nomis Stiftung has generously supported the Luc Hoffmann Institute's LIVES project, which is conducting basic research to develop riskanalysis metrics for complex systems involving food, energy, water and the economy. A fullscale pilot project for this innovative approach is currently being tested in the Mekong river basin in Cambodia. Kristian Parker and Oak Foundation is a critical funder of our global campaign to secure some of the planet's most treasured places by eliminating or transforming threats to World Heritage sites and the communities that depend on them. Oak Foundation also continues its longstanding commitment to our youth volunteer programme Explore! Through Fondation Segré, Dr Claudio Segré has generously supported WWF and TRAFFIC's global action plan against poaching and illegal wildlife trade to enhance protection for threatened species, address demand reduction and elevate the profile of wildlife crime at the highest levels. Fondation Segré is also supporting WWF to implement an ambitious model of WWF-INT Annual Review 2015 page 38

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