Anti-poaching and snare removal patrols in Kibale National Park, Uganda

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

Anti-poaching and snare removal patrols in Kibale National Park, Uganda Anti-poaching and snare removal patrols in Kibale National Park, Uganda This project will protect chimpanzees and other animals living in Kibale National Park, Uganda, through anti-poaching patrols. 12 days per month, Ugandan employess of the Ngogo Chimpanzee Project will patrol the forest, looking for snares and other signs of illegal hunting activity. They camp overnight in the forest. All 10,000 will be used to partially fund the salaries of our 9 patrollers. Each patroller is paid $3000 per year. Anti-poaching and snare removal patrols in Kibale National Park, Uganda Anti-poaching and snare removal patrols in Kibale National Park, Uganda
StatusActive
Effective start/end date11/1/1912/31/23

Funding

  • Detroit Zoological Society: $30,000.00

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