New York Times: Lewa Wildlife Conservancy Highlighted for Its Work to Save Wildlife by Supporting Rangers
Monday, November 26, 2016: Aid for Africa member Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is praised for its work to protect and support wildlife rangers, who are critical to poaching prevention and wildlife protection. A review of 570 rangers in 12 African countries found that more than half do not have basic supplies, including boots, and almost half do not receive adequate training. Lewa Wildlife Conservancy‘s work in recent years has included specialized training of rangers, a helicopter purchase, a new communications system and strengthened relationships with local communities resulting in an end of rhino poaching in the conservancy. Read the article
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