EAL’s director Andrea Crosta returned from Tanzania where he saw the excellent anti-poaching work that PAMS Foundation (www.pamsfoundation.org) is doing in Ruaha National Park.
In line with its Mission to fight wildlife crime through concrete projects in the field, The Elephant Action League supports the work of PAMS Foundation in Ruaha by co-funding (together with IFAW) anti-poaching training and activities.
Mr Crosta spent a few days with PAMS’s directors Wayne Lotter and Krissie Clark, met Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA)’s directors in Ruaha and assisted to a training exercise (in the picture).
Official figures report at least 30 elephants killed every day by poachers in Tanzania. The rangers of TANAPA risk their lives daily trying to confront the poachers and to protect the elephants.
There’s the urgent need to train the rangers in order for them to work more efficiently and in a safer way.
EAL is very proud to support PAMS Foundation!
Keep going with the good work!