Wildlife Poisoning Prevention and Conflict Resolution originates from a need to address conflict between people and wildlife, realizing that many people use poisons for poaching, or to kill animals perceived as a problem to them. Intentional poison abuse for commercial poaching is increasing. We are driven by our passion to resolve wildlife conflicts using Best Practice solutions.
To help and encourage people and organisations to practice conservation as a habit in their daily lives.
Embraces formal wildlife protection views in parallel with conservation on private and community land by ordinary people – them, you and me working together pragmatically to achieve mutual benefit.
For people and wildlife to live together sustainably.
Our Point of Departure
Recognising that conflicts do exist; but we apply Systems Thinking principles to environmental management practices, so that cause and effect are considered in decision making; and that the most efficient and effective long term conflict mitigation or prevention principles are applied.
Please donate to support our activities.
We welcome and value your support. We are a Non-Profit, Public Benefit NGO; registration NPO 132-047 and PBO 930047988. Donations made in South Africa are tax deductible in the hands of the donor in terms of Section 18 (A) of the Income Tax Act.
Wildlife Poisoning Prevention and Conflict Resolution
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Branch code: 220525
Account number: 62463855597
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We acknowledge the kind support of:
AVIMA for their continued generous support of our core functions; the Rufford Foundation for their support of our Wildlife Crime
Forensic Training project, to train 50 rangers in southern Africa in 2016;
APIGSA and the many others who have made smaller donations. We know that it takes many small drops to fill a bucket and we are grateful for each one.
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