Dennis Rentsch

Dennis Rentsch

Feb 11, 2019

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    About This Project

    Tanzania’s Serengeti ecosystem faces the challenge of balancing wildlife conservation and local livelihoods in an increasingly human-dominated landscape. Communities face decisions about what actions to take in response to wildlife conflict, yet often lack information about their effectiveness. In our pilot participatory research program, we work with communities living in the Serengeti ecosystem to evaluate the impact of actions to improve coexistence between people and wildlife.

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