A full furnished open office, meeting room and two resident’s houses are in a place
Last week, the Honeyguide a community-based not-for-profit conservation organization team took a trip to the Randilen WMA to develop annual work plan for the year 2017 by incorporating Honeyguide and the WMA work plan in a sense to produce a collective work plan for conservation in the wildlife management area. The WMA is one of the prominent and fastest growing in Tanzania with funding supports from the USAID through NTRI alliance of conservation and development organization with a prime lead from the Nature Conservancy (TNC). The Management area’s daily anti-poaching strategies, mitigation of the human-wildlife conflict and managements of the natural resources supports amongst the services provided by the Honeyguide.
The NTRI project have been instrumental in the development of Randilen and its new buildings, gates and other infrastructures that will help improve the conservation mission. The Honeyguide team, TNC and Randilen WMA management held two days meeting on work plan in the new hall just finished last week.