Elephant Poaching Drops in Tanzania
Elephant poaching is a huge problem in Tanzania, the government has over the years made efforts to reduce it and now a new study by the Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute has revealed that elephant poaching has indeed decreased.
Study finds that lephant poaching in Tanzania has greatly reduced.
Tanzania: New Anti-Poaching Squad Formed
Citizen, 14 December 2017
A new anti-poaching unit which will involve members of the police force and other security organs has been formed. Read more »
Citizen, 8 September 2017
Efforts by the government to combat a spate of elephants poaching have produced some fruitful results as the country now boasts at least 110,000 jumbos. Read more »
Citizen, 28 June 2017
The government has taken 100 people to court and fined them a total of Sh1.1 billion for poaching between 2014 and 2017. Read more »