Charles Jonga, director of Zimbabwe’s community-based natural resource management program CAMPFIRE, reviewed the issues explored during a working session of community leaders at the 17th Annual African Wildlife Consultative Form held November 11 in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.

"Of great concern is the continued reference to a fictitious figure of 3% on income from hunting going to communities," said Jonga.

“Community leaders want the public to know how much more their communities benefit from sustainable-use of wildlife and that they have the right to do so.”

The meetings are scheduled to run through November 15th and is being hosted by Safari Club International Foundation.


Charles Jonga
Charles Jonga
First For Hunters