Establishing the secure enabling environment for Rangers
Vital, bio-diverse rich protected areas in Zimbabwe’s Zambezi Region need our urgent attention through conservation interventions that will bring about their security. The year 2020 has brought home the fact that we have but one chance to maintain biotic diversity and ecological processes.
Wildlife Rangers are on the frontlines of conservation, facing armed poachers during their patrols. Tashinga Initiative addresses, amongst other facets of wildlife protection, the provision of Rangers’ “enabling environment”, thus nurturing not only the Ranger community but the efficacy of their patrols.
Tashinga Initiative Trust invites you to be a part of this effort in the vast expanse of the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife’s 13% legally protected areas, specifically in Zimbabwe’s Middle and Lower Zambezi’s protected areas.
Working with its global network of partners and donors, Tashinga Initiative has contributed significantly towards a more secure environment for wildlife since 2006.
Our projects are implemented in the field with a high degree of efficiency and efficacy bringing true value to the donor and to the benefit of wildlife protection.
You are invited to support our work.
We are incredibly excited to announce the winners of this year’s Rhino Conservation Awards. Dr. Larry Hansen, Founder of the Rhino Conservation Awards and judge