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  • Leopard credit Ruaha Carnivore Project. Community camera-trapping brings benefits from wildlife to the local communities - After a difficult start to last year, compounded by vast flooding, Amy Dickman and Ruaha Carnivore Project’s team in Tanzania retuned to work with a vengeance. Giving direct benefits to communities for the presence of wildlife is at the core of their work. They believe if people see wildlife as a resource, they’ll tolerate the… Read more
  • RCP-livestock-den Small successes that make a big difference – camera trap programme in Ruaha - Amy Dickman, project leader of the Ruaha Carnivore Project in Tanzania, recently wrote to us about the success of the community camera trap programme. We are seeing real results now thanks to an enormous amount of hard work from Amy and her team on the ground working with the local communities, which brings a lot… Read more
  • lions-tanzania-Ruaha-carnivore-project-Photo-by-Lorenzo-Rossi Project update – wild neighbours - Amy Dickman and her team at the Ruaha Carnivore Project are working to find ways to make wildlife beneficial to the local communities living around Ruaha National Park in Tanzania. Often these communities have no health care and struggle to make a living. When lions attack their livestock it’s no wonder they retaliate. Amy and… Read more
  • Dance-to-save-lions-photo-by-Billy-Dodson Dance to save lions - We've supported a range of interesting conservation projects over the years but dance parties to celebrate lions is unique! In this guest blog post Amy Dickman from the Ruaha Carnivore Project explains how working with local people has changed the fortunes of lions. Lion Defender dancing events grow more and more popular In the Barabaig… Read more

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