African People & Wildlife 2022 Annual Report
Habitat loss, changing weather patterns, rangeland degradation, and the illegal wildlife trade are all contributing to the loss of key species and vital habitats in Africa, threatening the natural balance of ecosystems and having far-reaching economic and social implications for local communities.
Throughout 2022, African People & Wildlife addressed these challenges through community-driven conservation and climate action with a focus on empowering women and youth, supporting human-wildlife coexistence, and building resilience in rural communities.
Our partnerships with Indigenous people and officials in all levels of government have resulted in replicable win-win solutions across Tanzania, and the ACTIVE approach to community engagement is building conservation capacity beyond our borders.
This year's report demonstrates the power of our collective efforts to create positive outcomes for people and wildlife. With shared determination and your ongoing support, we will continue to be a driving force for holistic conservation in Tanzania and across Southern Africa.