WWB Africa: Help for Threatened Wildlife

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This is a notice of intent to satisfy requirements of 505 DM 2. The Division of International Conservation intends to enter into an agreement with Help for Threatened Wildlife.

This project will strengthen the institutional capacity of

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the Community Based Conservation Training Centre (CBCTC) staff to adequately train Village Game Scouts to protect wildlife in the Greater Selous Ecosystem, Tanzania.

The major outputs are the development of a strategic plan and new curriculum for the CBCTC based on a participatory assessment with stakeholders.

Activities include creating new user-friendly course and resource materials including a Tool Kit for Village Game Scouts that also serves as a teaching tool for CBCTC trainers, providing training equipment, and making infrastructure improvements.

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Wildlife Without Borders-Africa

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Agency: Department of the Interior

Office: Fish and Wildlife Service

Estimated Funding: $150,000

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