New Community-based Initiative Launches

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Wildlife conservation in Africa is complex. To get it right, conservationists must work with a diverse range of partners supporting a vast number of initiatives – livestock keeping, farming, economic development, land use, health, and education …

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Celebrating Ten Years

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FINDING THE BALANCE

We are pleased to announce the release of our 2015 Annual Report. In these pages, you will find stories of how our model of community-driven conservation is providing real financial, cultural, and …

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Wild Dogs Endangered But Still Roaming Across Northern Tanzania

They go by many names – African wild dogs, cape hunting dogs, African painted dogs; their Latin classification, Lycaon pictus, translates to “painted wolf.” They could also take on the moniker, the marathon hunters.

With …

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Achievements and Our Annual Appeal

We’re excited to share with you our annual appeal letter from Dr. Laly Lichtenfeld!

 

Dear Friend,

 

Ten years ago, I stood at the top of Noloholo, which was then …

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Review Our Latest Annual Report

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COMMUNITIES CONSERVING WILDLIFE

As we embark on our tenth year of work in Tanzania, we are pleased to present our 2014 Annual Report. In these pages, you will find stories of how our model of …

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