Monique Borgerhoff Mulder

Monique Borgerhoff Mulder

University of California at Davis; Savannas Forever Tanzania - Data for Development

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Published on May 07, 2019

Jonathan appeared in an NGS video, reporting on the success of WASIMA in slowing/stopping lion-killing in Mpimbwe. You helped with your support - many thanks. Our plan is now to extend the project

Jonathan appeared in an NGS video, reporting on the success of WASIMA in slowing/stopping lion-killing in Mpimbwe. You helped with your support - many thanks. Our plan is now to extend the project

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Published on May 07, 2019

Jonathan appeared in an NGS video, reporting on the success of WASIMA in slowing/stopping lion-killing in Mpimbwe. You helped with your support - many thanks. Our plan is now to extend the project

Jonathan appeared in an NGS video, reporting on the success of WASIMA in slowing/stopping lion-killing in Mpimbwe. You helped with your support - many thanks. Our plan is now to extend the project

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Published on Jan 16, 2019

WASIMA makes a memorable 2018! Most visitors sought lions during their game drives into the Katavi National Park. Your support made a difference in western Tanzania.

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Published on Jan 07, 2017

Dear Backers, Our research has not yet started because of delay in paypal transfer. We working to solve this & will soon receive the funds.

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Published on Nov 17, 2016

Closing Midnight Friday 18th Pacific Time with thanks

Again we are so grateful to you all. We close midnight Friday 18th Pacific Time to start research. Send any spare pennies our way now!! Jonathan, Harriet, Martha, Salum et al will be posting result...

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Published on Nov 16, 2016

Dear BACKERS

We are VERY grateful for your generosity, and for funding this research SO quickly. We decided not to enroll a "stretch goal", recommended by Experiment.com for projects that have fast funding traj...

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Published on Nov 12, 2016

WASIMA works to support village governments to approve bylaws to stop illegal lion killings and lion dancing practices within their borders

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Published on Nov 12, 2016

Your donation to support WASIMA evaluation means promoting our expansion around other Sukuma dwelt protected areas in western Tanzania.

Sukuma youths fetching water for cattle at Minyonso village, Tupindo subvillage in Mpimbwe. Due to overgrazing rivers dry earlier in August leaving livetocks and people struggling for water. People...

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Published on May 25, 2015

Introducing Jonathan Kwiyega

Bwasama was offered a job with a larger NGO working in northern Tanzania - congratulations. Part of WASIMA's mission is to build human capital among Tanzanian researchers and conservationists, so k...

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Thanks. Also you'll see the results of our evaluation here https://academic.oup.com/bioscience/article/69/12/1008/5606896?login=true Remarkably successful in changing local norms, but there are new areas to expand into now, as lion killing has not gone away at the national level
Congratulations Jonathan
Jonathan posted this, though for some reason it came as a lab note from me! Importantly though Jonathan has been selected for a National Geographic Early Career Grant. Congratulations, and Kudos to WASIMA and LCMO
Its so impressive that our campaign have continued in Mpimbwe, southern and started in the northern side of the park. With support from Rufford Small Grant in 2017 and Crowder Messersmith grants (2018) we have now managed to explore other areas where lion killing is still happening in western Ta...more
Great work Jonathan, and thanks Charles for your wonderful volunteer role. Congratulations to you both
Jonathan - congratulations to you and your assistants for such hard work, in amongst everything else. We will take a look at the data, and start advising you on analysis. IS THERE ANYONE AMONG OUR BACKERS WHO'D LIKE TO ANALYSE OUR DATA??? INDEPENDENCE!