Conservation Support Tanzania

Run by the PAMS Foundation as part of the Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA) Protection Project, this project expands on previous effective anti-poaching work done within the region in Ruaha and Katavi National Parks. The project involves a total of 6 months of advanced anti-poaching training for rangers per year for the next 3 years, as well as training their team leaders (supervisors) and a train-the-trainers programme.

The newly trained ‘rapid response’ anti-poaching teams have already been successful in overwhelming and arresting poachers, and seizing ivory and weapons  since the training began. This project in TANAPA will have a meaningful impact on anti-poaching and the protection of wildlife in all Tanzania’s National Parks countrywide.

 

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June 30, 2014

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