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African Wildlife Conservation Projects – Saving the World's Richest Wildlife
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The most boastful thing about Africa is its rich wildlife. But the saddening thing is that this unique trait of the African continent is vanishing at an alarming rate. According to the surveys, thirty-one percent of the pasture lands and nineteen percent of the forests and grasslands have been classified as degraded. This has widely affected the wildlife of the land. Studies reveal that in the last two decades, the number of lions has drastically gone down. The International Union for Conservation of Nature lists the African lions on the red list of threatened species. Agriculture and pastoralism is being held responsible for this. Frequent droughts have further complicated the situation as there is great loss of wildlife due to the droughts. Therefore to restore the balance of the rich fauna, several African wildlife conservation projects are running in the continent.

The sole motive of these projects is to secure the wildlife of the land. Assisting these projects are many non-profit organizations who fund them and supply them with required resources. The African wildlife conservation has come into existence to save the world's richest wildlife. There are many sanctuaries and national parks have been set up by several trusts who are doing their best to preserve and increase the number of the declining species.

One such project currently running in the African continent is the George Adamson Wildlife Preservation Trust (GAWPT). At present this particular trust runs a rhino sanctuary and a national park at Mikomazi in Tanzania. Rhinos are on the verge of extinction. The estimated numbers of the rhinos are some few thousands. This trust is engaged in breeding the population of 25 diceros bicornis michaeli whose offspring will be used to reinforce the existing populations in Tanzania and Kenya. Apart from saving the rhinos, the trust also runs Wild Dog Captive Breeding, Veterinary and Translocation Programme which breeds African wild dogs.

Like the GAWPT, there are several other projects like the Kenya Wildlife services and sub-Sahara Lion projects which are solely dedicated towards preserving the wildlife of the land. You can also be a part of these projects by enrolling in the non-profit organizations which aid these projects and help in the sustainable development of the continent. The work on African wildlife conservation is going on in full force and the non-profit organizations are playing an important role in saving the world's richest wildlife. You can find some good foundations through the online portals and can get their membership to be a part of the campaign.

Wildize Foundation is a non-profit African Conservation Organization which funds and supports several African Conservation Projects that are working towards African Community Development and African Wildlife Conservation

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