Providing rangers with the opportunity to continue learning on the job creates pathways for up-skilling, builds teamwork ethics, and helps individuals obtain certified qualifications.
This project has so far provided more than 45 reference books and field guides in 6 ranger camps. The books provide critical information on mammals, birds, reptiles, grasses, trees and shrubs, track and sign, and more. This allow the rangers to enhance their skills in the field while also providing information for those who are continuing their studies.
We have further supported the completion of a BTech degree in Conservation Management for a key member who has been through the system and committed to wildlife protection for over 20 years.
We believe that by supporting grass roots rangers and key decision makers in improving their conservation knowledge, it creates better decision making and creates opportunities.