Outside of Bwindi National Park in Southern Uganda there is a rare group of men. These ex-poachers, formerly caught up in killing elephants, pangolin and even hippo for a living are finding a new way of life. All thanks to one man, Moses Arineitwe.
Moses, a former ranger, wanted to expand his impact. He joined the global march to save elephants and rhino by organizing locally. When poachers stepped forward Moses had to find them alternatives. With a lot of help from his Facebook friends her raised money to build the first beehives and fish to stock a Talapia fish pond.
Since then this ongoing project to give ex-poachers a new way of making a living has expanded to include growing trees and planting vegetables.
Each year Moses’ ex-poachers group grows. Each year Moses welcomes help to provide more beehives, fish, trees and plants to stop the wildlife poaching.
Helping is easy…
[100% goes to help Moses]