Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola

by African Bush Camps Foundation
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Improving Human-Wildlife Coexistence in Mola
Apr 13, 2021

Going From Strength to Strength

Dear Friend!

One year into COVID-19 and we are so grateful for all your support and your donations to the Mola Co-existence Project. Thank you for all you have done for us and all you continue to make possible with your generous donations.

As of right now, we have received over 60 donations to the project – and we are grateful for the role you have played in this.

Currently, the project has 11 BOMAs around the various villages in which we work. These villages are housing 243 cattle and as from the inception of the project, the cattle have been receiving treatment. Further, by shifting the 11 BOMAs in an effort to improve land use, we have been able to make 0.9173 hectares of land fertile. On this fertile land, farmers have been able to grow crops like maize and sorghum – meaning an improved crop yield.

 

An area of improvement that we’ve been to focus on is improving the type of materials used in order to strengthen the poles that serve as part of the BOMA structure. Previously, the poles were not as strong as required, and now, farmers are being urged to build kraals using strong material, with the recommended height of above 1.5 and improved invisibility.

 

Despite the challenging times we’ve all faced and continue to face, we are proud of the improvements across the communities we serve – and this is largely as a result of your generosity.

 

Thank you for your generous donations to our Mola Co-existence Project.

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African Bush Camps Foundation

Location: Maun - Botswana
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Project Leader:
Adrienne West
Bulawayo, Bulawayo Zimbabwe

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