World Bank: Spend 80 million dollars on creating safe buffer zones for wildlife bordering Malilangwe Reserve where killing any animal is forbidden

  • by: Jad Abou Zaher
  • recipient: World Bank Zimbabwe Country Director, Mara Warwick

Wildlife needs to be protected from hunting, poaching, and mining among many other threats. So in order to protect the wildlife of Zimbabwe, The World Bank should spend 80 million dollars on creating safe protected buffer zones for wildlife surrounding the Mana Pools National Park as well as the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve. In these areas, one hundred percent of game hunting and poaching are both forbidden. The Animals in these areas are protected from game hunting and poaching.

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