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

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FCF visiting the US!

Keith Roberts, the Manager of the FCF office in Arusha, Tanzania, will
be at the SCI Convention in Reno, NV from January 26-29.  He will be
giving two presentations on anti-poaching efforts in Tanzania.  The time
and location of each presentation is listed below. Please feel free to
sit in on the meetings or visit us at the FCF booth (#215).  (The FCF
booth is shared with Tanzania Game Tracker Safaris Limited).

Record Book Committee Meeting
Room A5
8:00am – January 26th, Wednesday

Conservation Committee Meeting
Room A5
4:00pm – January 28th, Friday

We welcome the opportunity to talk with you and tell you more about the
work FCF is doing in Tanzania!

Structure & Team

FCF is based in Arusha, Tanzania with our office staff comprising seven personnel and one representative based in the U.S. However, the backbone of our staff works in the field: along with two community development officers there are eighty-five anti-poaching staff across the fourteen concessions (nine million acres) in which FCF operates.

Organisation Structure

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After a successful patrol An FCF Rapid Action Team

About FCF

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The Friedkin Conservation Fund (FCF) is a registered (US and Tanzanian) non-profit, non-governmental organization incorporated in 1994 (Certificate of Registration SO.NO.9807). Our role is to assist the Tanzanian Government with the conservation and preservation of more than 9 million acres of Tanzania’s protected areas. We achieve this through our internationally recognized anti-poaching initiative, our innovative community development program and our field research projects. Based out of Arusha, northern Tanzania, we operate in five Game Reserves, two Open Areas, three Forest Reserves and one Game Controlled Area.