Protecting wildlife and supporting livelihoods in Chad

Babakar Matar Bremé gets up at 4am each day. After saying his morning prayers, he gets to work by 6am, ready for another day as assistant director of Zakouma National Park in Chad. A water and forestry engineer, Bremé is seconded by the Chadian Environment Ministry to Zakouma, where one of his main tasks is to ensure good relations between the park management and local communities.

Autors: Latvijas Platforma attīstības sadarbībai
Datums: 2016-02-15 13:15:06
Kategorija: Lauksaimniecība, pārtikas drošība