Anti-poaching, Community Development, Research & GIS Mapping – Tanzania

Anti-poaching training is underway

Ken Oesterreich, Defensive Tactics & Close Combat Instructor, arrived in Tanzania from Germany on June 5th and the first group of 20 FCF and Mwiba rangers started their training the following day. Ken is pleased with the progress to date of the rangers that have previously trained under him. The FCF/Mwiba rangers, being unarmed, have to be highly trained and proficient in defense tactics, control and restraint in order to stay safe. These men face a very high risk when conducting anti poaching operations, but this training provides essential skills in the fight against the poachers. Each group receives 24 hours of instruction spread over three days before re-deploying to the field. Keep up the good work team!

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