We are pleased to announce that Chengeta Wildlife has signed a partnership agreement with WWF Central African Republic to provide training, mentoring and other assistance to rangers in Dzanga-Sangha in the south west of the country.
This important group of parks, reserves and forests is part of the Sangha Trinational UNESCO world heritage site and is home to many endangered species such as the Forest Elephant, the Western Lowland Gorilla and several seriously endangered species including the pangolin.
This is a vital project to help secure the long-term goals for the Dzanga-Sangha Protected Areas in the Central African Republic to protect the forest ecosystem and to promote sustainable development in the region.
The Chengeta team of Rory, Franck and Yoann are already on the ground in Dzanga-Sangha and are responsible for developing and implementing the doctrine, training and specialist knowledge and systems as well as advising/mentoring on the operations.
It is crucial that we raise enough funds to train, mentor and assist all rangers in the region to help protect these endangered species with all money raised going to support the trainers, advisors, experts/specialists & research and to purchase specialised equipment, food, fuel, insurance & ammunition for rangers.
You can directly help to secure the future of this Central African Republic region and protect its endangered wildlife inhabitants by making a donation to Chengeta Wildlife here.
Your support, as always, is greatly appreciated.
Rory Young and the Chengeta Wildlife team
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