Big Life Rangers – Kenya and Tanzania

A collaborative project to train 80 Massai community rangers, in 4 x 23 day training groups working for NGO Big Life Foundation in Kenya.

Big Life Foundation works in approved community conservation zones that engage local communities, and employs over 250 local community rangers. The areas managed border national parks, which extend the effective area set aside for conservation and importantly involve the local communities in conservation.

This training will help save ranger lives, wildlife and ironically also poacher’s lives, when the rangers know how to engage correctly, patrol and make arrests.


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July 1, 2014