Wildlife is under constant threat of poaching for commercial bushmeat and illegal trade of ivory. ACCF supports anti-poaching efforts to curb the ever-growing pressure on wildlife populations in the protected areas. Our Projects in Mozambique, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe have dedicated anti-poaching units to combat this poaching threat and to propel wildlife conservation in Africa. The anti-poaching units combine cutting-edge technology with special ops, canines, horses, and well-trained boots on the ground for maximum coverage of the reserves.
The anti-poaching unit is backed by cutting-edge technology with a state-of-the-art digital radio network and accompanying law enforcement database. Run from a highly sophisticated control room on the concession, this technology is used to ensure that the anti-poaching unit is deployed efficiently and effectively making the most impact in conserving the resident wildlife populations.