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Jim  Justus Nyamu Cde
Executive Director Neighbors Center , Honorary Warden & 2016 Eco warrior winner Facebook; Jim Justus Nyamu jim.nyamu@elephantcenter.org
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Jim  Justus Nyamu Cde 3h
There is need to check once again why tourism is not a land-Use
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Sharon Hoole 4h
this .. can only be done .. in collaboration with all of us .. It us our duty to protect our assets .. we have to open a dialogue with they must stop keeping us OUT .. we can help .. we know we can .. Poaching crises ..
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Sharon Hoole 4h
Another problem is the boundaries fences are in bad condition .. and poachers are cutting what is remaining .. in a ploy to let the out of protected areas .. easier to poach.. very sad .. are not equipped to deal with the magnitude of the problem ..
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Jim  Justus Nyamu Cde 4h
I will participate and give my insight . This topic was among my top agenda during my East -South Africa Elephant campaign walk .
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Sharon Hoole Nov 7
? Campaign to 4200km 6 Countries engaging communities conflict raising awareness & decision makers on the way ..
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Jim  Justus Nyamu Cde 6h
In my opinion we need to change the community conservation approach! Most Western funded projects comes with the notion of introducing projects without engaging local people thus they don't own up the projects despite the huge funding .
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Jim  Justus Nyamu Cde 7h
This is the big issue now. I will be addressing this. Tourism must pay !
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Sharon Hoole 15h
Education does not come .. with policy change .. comes with .. evidence that support change .. each one can begin .. Clubs in schools colleges teach our neighbours meet up once a week .. and get the plan .. brought such a foundation to build on ..
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Sharon Hoole 15h
I agree .. we do not need a policy to educate each other .. we each have a duty to take action .. thank you Jim for everyday and every step you take .. Africa ..
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Shana Kelly 15h
I know that Ever Chinoda, animal welfare attorney, has returned to Zim to help educate the government officials & community on conservation issues. She started SOFA & it has been received positively. We have also seen ACTUAL convictions for poaching.
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Jim  Justus Nyamu Cde 16h
He is such a good journalist
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Sheldrick Wildlife 22h
African are amazingly adapted to suit the environment they live in. Tusks (elongated incisors) can be used for digging up food and water while a tail makes a fabulous fly swatter.
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Jim  Justus Nyamu Cde 16h
I love . Looking forward to Community based conservation programs
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Jim  Justus Nyamu Cde 17h
Chinese government has long been dedicated to the cause of wildlife protection and has made achievements ! Africa need to see more of these All is not lost is welcome in a meaningful practical conservation
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Jim  Justus Nyamu Cde 17h
Fundamental wildlife benefits includes aesthetic and ecological values that give birth to economical values
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Jim  Justus Nyamu Cde 17h
Belives Rhino horns treat a large variety of ailments including fever, gout, insomnia and meningitis, though any benefits have not been proven. Am sorry no medicine in Rhino horns !
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Jim  Justus Nyamu Cde 17h
Allowing trade from even captive animals could have had devastating impacts on wild rhino and tiger populations,Thank you For considering to stop lifting the Rhino horn trade. Trade is evil let's do other business.
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Jim  Justus Nyamu Cde 17h
China has said it is postponing its easing of a ban on the trade of tiger bones and rhino horn, following a wave of protests from environmental groups. It's not a wave of protest but a reality.
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