We’ve received the latest newsletter from the Ruaha Carnivore Project. The September-October project update is full of interesting news about their varied programmes to protect and conserve carnivores in Tanzania in partnership with local communities.
This month’s update delves into the RCP Porridge Project, which currently feeds over 600 primary school students a day. This is one of the most highly valued programmes that RCP runs, and local communities consider it one of the most critical benefits associated with tolerating and conserving carnivores.
RCP was the host of this month’s Ruaha Round Table, which brings together conservation stakeholders from across the vast Ruaha landscape. They are “working together, sharing information, joining hands where possible.”
And finally, more from the Community Camera Trapping Programme with this month’s results. Once again, Idodi village had a fleeting glimpse of a painted wolf, which gives them a solid 20,000 points.
(Photo credit: Ruaha Carnivore Project)
Read all about it here.