A recent month-long film roadshow helped spread awareness and foster dialogue with Randilen Wildlife Management Area (WMA) communities in rural Tanzania. Locally-produced, and including influential community leaders, the film helped educate locals about Randilen WMA’s achievements, function and its challenges along the way. Screenings were backed up with question and answer sessions, fostering a growing dialogue between communities and Honeyguide.
After a month of planning and groundwork, Honeyguide’s screening team took their film to rural communities from Engasit village to Lengoolwa. The team of one event manager, a film operator, two data collectors, and a driver, used the film and follow up discussions to educate the village communities about the WMA, and answer their questions about how it affects them locally.