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Committed to Common Ground: Top Highlights from 2022
Looking back at 2022, we see our core values at work - acting dynamically in the face of change, collaborating with partners and communities, innovating based on experience and science, and engaging and empowering those around us.
Yamat Lengai Named Conservation Nation Fellow
Yamat Lengai has been named a Conservation Nation Fellow thanks to funding from Catmosphere! Learn about the fellowship and her work to protect big cats.
Conservation GIS: Mapping a Route to Human-Wildlife Coexistence
In the wild spaces of northern Tanzania, the team at African People & Wildlife uses conservation GIS to protect big cats and empower people.
Sweet Rewards: Women’s Beekeeping Yields Exciting Results
In 2021, African People & Wildlife conducted an in-depth evaluation of the Women’s Beekeeping Initiative. Our goal was to study the program’s impact on the lives of female beekeepers and identify areas for improvement and adaptation.
Conserving Northern Tanzania’s Large Carnivores
Northern Tanzania is home to some of Africa’s most threatened populations of lions, leopards, cheetahs, and African wild dogs. All three of Tanzania’s big cats are classified as Vulnerable by the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, while African wild dogs are classified as Endangered.
Celebrating Top Highlights from 2021
As an unforgettable year draws to a close, African People & Wildlife is proud to share some of our key highlights from 2021. These conservation wins represent the collective impact of our team, supporters, partners, colleagues in conservation, and fellow community members. Together, we are creating a brighter and more resilient future for Africa’s people, wildlife, and the wildlands they call home.