The Honeyguide Foundation (HGF) is a grass roots, non-profit, non-governmental organization based in Tanzania dedicated to support communities and the conservation of wildlife and natural resources through long-term community partnerships. The African Honeyguide is a bird that actively guides humans (and honey badgers) to beehives; we chose it as our symbol as it is a beautiful example of the symbiotic relationship between humans and wildlife and of successful partnerships in general.
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Honeyguide project manager Ole Kirimbai is managing a week long firearms training program for all the Enduimet village rangers, the ranger who recently acquired shot guns and .22 rifles for protection will have a week long training exercise.
The training will cover various topics such as gun use and maintenance, safety and law. John Magembe and Ezekiel will . . . → Read More: Firearms training in Enduimet
The killing of elephants has increased dramatically in the past 2 years
Latest off the press- from the citizen newspaper-A vehicle belonging to a senior military official has been seized on allegations of ferrying ivory after a road chase that involved Manyara National park rangers on Friday evening.
The event happens only weeks after . . . → Read More: Poaching in Manyara
Honeyguide have been training 3 auditors for Responsible Tourism Tanzania. Damian Bell has been training the auditors over the past 23 months using various hotels and lodges as the platform for the training. The 3 auditors have been busy over the past few months training with the criteria and visiting a number of hotels and camps in and . . . → Read More: Responsible Tourism auditor training
The Pan-African Ornithological Congress that was held in Arusha, Tanzania from the 14th to 21st October 2012 supported the Honeyguide Foundation. The conference was organized and run by the Honeyguide Foundation with the aim that the surplus funds from the conference would go to support the core costs of the organization. The conference raised over $18,000 for the . . . → Read More: Conference supports Honeyguide
Africa Safari 3D, a film produced in Botswana, Nambia, Zambia and Tanzania have donated a new wing for the Microlight. The end of the film was shot in Enduimet with Kilimanjaro as the back drop.
The microlight is used for both anti-poaching patrols from the air and also as a general management tool to see and understand . . . → Read More: Film production donate wing