World female Ranger Week

Less than 11% of the world's rangers are women! This week, we celebrate the incredible female rangers who are breaking barriers and making a difference. They are role models, champions of wildlife, and educators. Female rangers prove that gender is no obstacle to success in this traditionally male profession.

Our partner’s Elephants Alive work in collaboration with The Black Mambas who are an all-female anti-poaching unit currently operating in Southern Africa. These incredible women are at the front line of protecting wildlife as well as community engagement.

Join us in recognising their invaluable contributions and promoting gender equality in conservation. Let's inspire a new generation of fearless protectors of our planet. Discover more about the remarkable stories and achievements of these resilient women by visiting the official website World Female Ranger Week – June 23-30 – Celebrating Female Rangers Globally 

Jamma is currently looking for an office-based intern to support our existing projects through their technical and research skills.
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Joe Goergen and Lesle Jansen from the Jamma Team passionately discuss the sustainable use of wildlife as an Indigenous Peoples’ Rights issue in an article published by Cultural Survival.

Cultural Survival Publication

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