Access to water points and grazing, human encroachment on traditional wildlife migratory paths, the destruction of crops, and the enticement of quick money from poaching jeopardise the survival of Africa’s iconic species.
In Namibia, the community conservation programme has spearheaded the recovery of many wildlife species on communal land by focusing on rural farmers, who can benefit economically from wildlife and will then actively protect wildlife and its habitat.
WILDLIFE CREDITS takes this a step further, creating a direct incentive to keep wildlife on the land by providing performance payments to communities actively protecting and conserving wildlife and its habitat.
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