Tanzania Winning War on Elephant Poaching

An official in the anti-poaching unit in the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism has said that a report on the elephant population has found that the number killed by poachers have reduced from 193 per year in 2013, to 19 in 2018.

  • Tanzania:   Vigorous Bid to End Poaching Demanded

    Daily News, 14 July 2019

    THE Assistant Director In-charge of the National Anti-poaching Unit in the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Mr Robert Mande, has directed the Pasiansi Wildlife Training… Read more »

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