Project Ranger aims to support those on the front lines of conservation, filling critical gaps and supporting wildlife monitors, rangers and the anti-poaching operations of NGOs and conservation organizations in Africa. Because poaching and trafficking continues to threaten wildlife across Africa and many rangers continue to be woefully under-resourced, Project Ranger will continue to address both short-term emergency needs and adopt a longer-term focus. In that spirit, Project Ranger’s work and grant-making emphasizes ensuring rangers have the resources they need to do their best work in conservation and trafficking hotspots including;
- Short-term/emergency salary and operational support
- Longer-term capacity building for rangers
- Working with our growing network of grantees organization to gather actionable data on both wildlife and wildlife crime
- Managing a uniquely flexible forum to make quick decisions for the benefit of conservation
$6,000 covers an average ranger’s salary for a year but gifts of all size support the tireless work of Africa’s brave rangers through Project Ranger.