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Conservancy Rhino Ranger Incentive Program in Namibia

Conservancy Rhino Ranger Incentive Program in Namibia
by Portal Web Editor last modified Jun 18, 2018 04:52 PM
Contributors: Save the Rhino Trust, Minnesota Zoo, Integrated Rural Development & Nature Conservation, Namibian Nature Foundation

Effective solutions to poaching require a context-specific, stakeholder-driven mix of top-down and bottom-up strategies. The Conservancy Rhino Ranger Incentive Program seeks to demonstrate how partnerships that explicitly incorporate local values and institutions are a foundation for combating poaching. This case study illustrates how coupling a locally devised rhino monitoring system with tourism partnerships can increase the value local people attach to saving rhinos, resulting in both formal and informal community enforcement.

Author(s): Save the Rhino Trust , Minnesota Zoo , Integrated Rural Development & Nature Conservation , Namibian Nature Foundation

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