I don't think hunting will ever end in Africa because we have embraced it. It's part of our tradition. We are seeing the benefits from it and it's contributing to conservation...
Hunting is important to our community (Botswana Community). We must not stop junting. Hunting is creating employment for our children. If you stop hunting what must we do? Where should we go...
If the Western countries and the animal rights groups block us from hunting they must know that they are not welcome to SDC (Southern Africa Development Community).
As usual we have our share of hunting revenue in Zambia. It's revenue share that is actually a statutory instrument. We have 50-50 share between communities and government.
Hunting is one of the forms of conservation and it is meant to generate resources to sustain the hunted population itself...
Whenever something is banned like we banned almost totally, hunting and the use of wildlife here in Kenya - we lose. Since the banning of hunting is not stopping poaching, how about allowing it. Licensing it and regulating it.
According to economist Joe Chege, Kenya is going too far in terms of conserving or protecting wildlife.
The Werstern World: One thing that we know is that they don't even understand the balance between wildlife conservation, wildlife rights and human rights...
Hunting is helping our community in Zimbabwe. Animal rights groups: stop dictatorship on wildlife managment in Africa.
Intervention by Residents.
A Coutada, dans le delta du Zambèze, l’un des moyens les plus efficaces de lutter contre le braconnage est de fournir aux communautés locales une alternative durable.
Le 30 mars dernier, la fondation Brigitte Bardot a annoncé une grande campagne de communication avec plus de 1500 panneaux aux abords des villes diffusant un message anti-chasseur.
Discover a video of the SCI Foundation.
Vidéo d'information publiée par Nouvo sur la nécessiter de réguler la faune sauvage chassable.
Anti-hunters and the hunting community share a common passion... their love of wildlife. However, the anti-hunter views wildlife through the nirvana-like bubble of national parks.