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Join IFAW's Network

IFAW’s tenBoma project takes its name from a Kenyan philosophy called Nyumba Kumi’ or ‘Ten Houses’. It is based on the principle that each household should get to know 10 neighbors forming a cluster that can keep an eye out for each other and report any abnormalities to security officials, thus providing a network of information to help catch criminals.

For law enforcement agencies to catch poachers before they kill, they need to ‘build a network to defeat a network’.  IFAW is working with the Kenya Wildlife Service on doing just that – we’re arming teams on the ground with equipment, strategy, data and most importantly analysis. But this network extends well beyond the borders of Kenya.
 
We are working to create a network to rescue and protect animals all over the world and we need you to be a part of it. There are so many ways to join, and we thank you for being a part of our team.
 
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