CBFP partner for the month of February 2014: The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI)



The CBFP website shares success stories and programs of the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI)


A. Diverse Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) Programs Highlight Successes:


(1) Luzilo’s Woodlot, Tanzania: In the Tanzanian village of Kalinzi, local farmer, Bonaventura Luzilo, shares the rewards of using the forest sustainably.

(2) A Goat Called Hope, Uganda - Joram Basiima’s life and family changed for the better thanks to a goat he aptly named Hope.

(3) Fuel-Efficient Stoves, Tanzania - New stove technology is helping to save time and forests while improving women’s lives.

(4) It Takes A Village, Tanzania - To truly understand the Jane Goodall Institute’s approach to conservation, you simply need to visit the Tanzanian village of Nyamoli.

(5) Coffee and Chimpanzees, Tanzania - A crop that can grow in harmony with the chimps not only improves local famers’ income but also the larger community.



B. You can find the Wounda video on JGI’s YouTube channel 



C. France24's Down to Earth Discusses Chimpanzee Snare Removal Program in Uganda - The trailer below is a preview of a longer segment that France 24 recently aired covering efforts to remove wildlife snares that often catch chimpanzees. Specifically discussing the efforts of the Budongo Conservation Field Team in Uganda, with whom the Jane Goodall Institute partners, this video highlights how individuals who were previously hunters have become partners in conservation, and protectors of not only chimpanzees but all wildlife in the forests. With their efforts, the prevalence of wildlife snares has dramatically decreased. Click here to watch the full feature on France 24. 










D. See the following links for recent success stories from Tanzania and Uganda, and other stories from the press room where you can see a number of stock images:


For more information on the success story or the programs of the Jane Goodall Institute, please visit: www.janegoodall.org



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