© Chake Conservancy and licensors 2020
CHAKE CONSERVANCY
The Chake Conservancy has rangers to protect wildlife and assist the population in a variety of essential ways.
Chake conservancy currently has 30 rangers and 3 instructors. Our rangers play a variety of important roles within the conservancy. Rangers teach the community the need to live harmoniously with wild animals and they risk their lives dealing with poachers. On patrol they remove snares, install beehives, do daily check ups to see where and if any community farms have been attacked. We would like to expand this strength to 55, but as we currently cannot pay them, we can’t hire more. We have two reformed poachers and six female rangers, like the South African Black Mambas. We urgently seek funding to pay, equip and recruit our rangers. The ranger starting salary is US $250, they are currently seeking tree seedlings and engaged in craft work as we can’t pay them at the moment. We also need a 4x4 vehicle to assist with rangers’ varied duties. The rangers face the following problems: Attacks from poachers Lack of uniforms Lack of mobile tents No salaries Lack of proper skills to handle poachers Lack of transportation pickup Lack of seedlings’ planting tubes
Sponsor a set of ranger’s binoculars from $230 Sponsor a ranger’s uniform including water proof jacket and boots at $87.70
Chake has an ongoing GOFUNDME campaign that welcomes donations. Do you have skills that might assist us? Contact Chake
Conservancy Guardians
Would you like to help?
Our rangers are part of ‘The Thin Green Line’ that protects wildlife from poachers rifles and snares.
Snares removed from forest in the game park. Chake Conservancy image & copyright
© Chake Conservancy and licensors 2020
The Chake Conservancy has rangers to protect wildlife and assist the population in a variety of essential ways.
Chake has an ongoing GOFUNDME campaign that welcomes donations. Do you have skills that might assist us? Contact Chake
Chake conservancy currently has 30 rangers and 3 instructors. Our rangers play a variety of important roles within the conservancy. Rangers teach the community the need to live harmoniously with wild animals and they risk their lives dealing with poachers. On patrol they remove snares, install beehives, do daily check ups to see where and if any community farms have been attacked. We would like to expand this strength to 55, but as we currently cannot pay them, we can’t hire more. We have two reformed poachers and six female rangers, like the South African Black Mambas. We urgently seek funding to pay, equip and recruit our rangers. The ranger starting salary is US $250, they are currently seeking tree seedlings and engaged in craft work as we can’t pay them at the moment. We also need a 4x4 vehicle to assist with rangers’ varied duties. The rangers face the following problems: Attacks from poachers Lack of uniforms Lack of mobile tents No salaries Lack of proper skills to handle poachers Lack of transportation pickup Lack of seedlings’ planting tubes
Sponsor a set of ranger’s binoculars from $230 Sponsor a ranger’s uniform including water proof jacket and boots at $87.70
Progress so far
Would you like to help?
Our rangers are part of ‘The Thin Green Line’ that protects wildlife from poachers rifles and snares.
Snares removed from forest in the game park. Chake Conservancy image & copyright
The Chake Conservancy has rangers to protect wildlife and assist the population in a variety of essential ways.
© Chake Conservancy and licensors 2020
Chake has an ongoing GOFUNDME campaign that welcomes donations. Do you have skills that might assist us? Contact Chake
Chake conservancy currently has 30 rangers and 3 instructors. Our rangers play a variety of important roles within the conservancy. Rangers teach the community the need to live harmoniously with wild animals and they risk their lives dealing with poachers. On patrol they remove snares, install beehives, do daily check ups to see where and if any community farms have been attacked. We would like to expand this strength to 55, but as we currently cannot pay them, we can’t hire more. We have two reformed poachers and six female rangers, like the South African Black Mambas. We urgently seek funding to pay, equip and recruit our rangers. The ranger starting salary is US $250, they are currently seeking tree seedlings and engaged in craft work as we can’t pay them at the moment. We also need a 4x4 vehicle to assist with rangers’ varied duties. The rangers face the following problems: Attacks from poachers Lack of uniforms Lack of mobile tents No salaries Lack of proper skills to handle poachers Lack of transportation pickup Lack of seedlings’ planting tubes
Sponsor a set of ranger’s binoculars from $230 Sponsor a ranger’s uniform including water proof jacket and boots at $87.70
Progress so far
Would you like to help?
Our rangers are part of ‘The Thin Green Line’ that protects wildlife from poachers rifles and snares.
Snares removed from forest in the game park. Chake Conservancy image & copyright