Wildlife and Conservation
With the rate at which the human population is increasing in many African countries, the protected wildlife reserves are under ever-increasing pressures. Traditional farming, livestock keeping, and other practices do not tend to be very sustainable; clearing land and exhausting resources. It is understandable that communities living in poverty use the available land and wildlife for food and to meet their needs, B2B develops different approaches through its programs such as Chimpanzee protection, Eco tourism development, and good governance for sustainable resource management.
B2B focuses on supporting chimpanzee protection at Grater Mahale Ecosystem and Rubondo National Park in Tanzania through one health programme through scientific base results because we always deliver to the ground for sustainability purposes.