Another successful Global March to save Elephant and Pangolin in Uganda

Moses a former wildlife ranger is on a mission to stop animal poaching. Every year he organizes a Global March in his area in Uganda.

Another successful Global March to save Elephant and Pangolin in Uganda

Moses has this gift of persuasion

A few years back Moses felt compelled to do more to save the wildlife in his area from poachers. He lives in a village north of the Bwindi Impenetrable National Forest in Uganda. He decided to get involved in the annual Global March to save elephants.

After this first march animal poachers actually came up to Moses. They told him they wanted to stop killing wildlife. However, they needed to find an alternative income. Moses got on it. He Rallied his followers on social media. From the donations he got this handful of men started into bee keeping and talapia fish farming. READ MORE…

Fast forward to the Global March 2017

This report from Moses…

Our march started somehow late due to transport issues but was successful at the end .

Global marchers get ready
Over 500 people attended and education to community members living next to elephants homes of Queen Elizabeth national park and Bwindi impenetrable national park was done .

Moses talking to the crowd after Global March
So far we are seeing positive results .
A new group of reforming poachers is under process and information about wildlife crime is coming in more than before leading to rescue of wildlife like pangolins .

Global Marchers 2017
We also hope to make some arrests on ivory dealers as information flow is available now due to awareness made during the same time .

Way to go Moses! Stay tuned for the report on a remarkable pangolin rescue.

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