Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation

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Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation
Partnerships for Wildlife Conservation

Summary

The importance of wildlife to a continued human existence has never been more obvious than it is today. In recent times, scientists and authors have begun to realize that wild animals are equally, if not more important than domesticated animals. People have always had an awareness of the consumptive economic importance of hunting or trapping wild animals, but in recent times other non-consumptive values have become popular. Nature is, and has always been, valued for its aesthetic values.

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Challenge

Many of the world's environmental problems stem from a lack of knowledge. Consumers are able to purchase certain products or engage in activities without realizing the damage they are causing to the earth. When shown in a positive light, wild animals can inspire people to lead a sustainable lifestyle. They can invoke feelings of sympathy and compassion, causing people to be conscious of the damaging effects of their lifestyles.

Solution

Wild animals provide a range of services to the human existence. They can be valuable subjects for modern scientific research and play a huge role in cultures across the world. People can turn to nature for a release when the drags of the modern world become too great. If a larger portion of the human population were to realize the importance of wild animals to their existence, they would be able to live a more fulfilling and meaningful life.

Long-Term Impact

Your donations ensure rescued animals are properly rehabilitated and either released into well-protected habitat or provided permanent sanctuary. Without this project, many would not survive. Released animals support the long-term recovery of the wildlife populations. Wild animal migration, distribution, and behavioural patterns can be a vital indicator into the health of an ecosystem and the deeper impacts of climate change.

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Location: Kampala, Eastern region - Uganda
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Twitter: @Cico - Uganda
Project Leader:
Charles Odeke
Kampala, Eastern region Uganda
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