Introduction: In the realm of conservation, success isn't just a matter of passion; it's a matter of numbers. Imagine a simple calculation: 20+40+40+100=200. While I may not be a mathematician, even these straightforward computations reveal the essence of community-based conservation. In this blog, we delve into the crucial role of financial sustainability in creating
It is too common to hear, ‘Local communities do not have the skills to manage conservation areas.’ This might be somewhat true, but shouldn’t we question why this is still the situation and what’s being done to change it? Local community members are perfectly competent, and we should focus our investments here, beyond the
We at Honeyguide are often reminded that not all community areas can become financially sustainable, and whilst I totally understand this, I believe that many can achieve financial independence. We are a naturally optimistic organization, we have to be in order to approach such ambitious objectives and celebrate these fabulous results with our community partners.
The patterns of wildlife that move across the landscapes, how man and wildlife have an interdependence, where man benefits from wildlife, wildlife from man; the exigencies of life in these vast and wild landscapes. Wildlife in Tanzania needs large landscapes in order to survive. They move onto village land that is owned by local communities
“We had just arrived back to camp, after a long walk to the abdomen hotel on the mountain. It was around 12 pm when we received the news that juvenile bull giraffe had been trapped in sodium pool (the Sinya old Sinya mines)” Kara Memet start to narrate. Along with the other two volunteers, Honeyguide's
Get to find how Randilen WMA, has managed to solve the grazing issue by communally transforming about 48,0000 acres into a green zone for pasturing during dry season and having 6000 acres as all year grazing field. http://www.thecitizen.co.tz/magazine/soundliving/Exploring-the-other-side-of-Randilen/1843780-3782932-hnalh6/index.html
The Honeyguide Tourist officer Komolo Simel is organizing for cycling competition to be held in Enduimet WMA. “We are aiming to make awareness of amazing tourism activities in Enduimet and raising funds to support to the WMA conserving its wildlife and natural resources….” the officer said. Honeyguide organizer for the event have already met with