#1- United Kingdom
The UK has been taking on an international leadership role in addressing international poaching and trafficking as a developed nation. Since the death of Cecil the Lion, the parliament has committed £5 million on top of existing support making the total support at £13 million.
Aside from monetary support, the UK government has been taking on active roles in this conflict by sending over personnels including a battalion of troops over to Gabon (West Africa) to fight in August 2015 as well as a member of the royal family, Prince Harry, second in line to the throne is currently in South Africa with a gun in his hand taking out poachers. Their exceptional participation against poaching puts them high up on this list of top 5 countries.