Young reporter interviews ex-poacher

At Peace for Conservation, we empower children to tell their own wildlife and conservation stories trough media. For some Wednesday inspiration, please have a look at this video in which young reporter, Janet Mkami, interviews an ex-poacher.
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We empower children to tell their own wildlife and conservation stories and social stories through media. One such young reporter for wildlife conservation is Janet Mkami who, in this video, interviews an ex-poacher.

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Go to the profile of Thirza Loffeld
over 1 year ago

Thank you for sharing this with our community, David! How do the people who get interviewed by Janet respond to being interviewed by such a young reporter? 

Go to the profile of David Kabambo Kabambo
over 1 year ago

I did research, meeting with 40 people whose involving in wildlife poaching, convince them to surrender and join with me to work for conservation advocacy, it's about 2 people accept offer out of 40. 

I have experience to work with children, I, am trainer of training of child protection, previous I worked plan international Tanzania as a child protection officer for 5 years, I have more experience working with children.

We train a child, child journalist skills.

Thanks

David

 

Go to the profile of Lize Gibson-Hall
over 1 year ago

Thank you so much for another brilliant contribution David. I also love the idea to get young people to become so involved and interview. Interested to hear your response to Thirza's question above as well as asking how you inspire confidence in young people to be comfortable stepping in front of the camera and taking the lead. 

Go to the profile of David Kabambo Kabambo
over 1 year ago

In response Thirza's question above as well as asking how you inspire confidence in young people to be comfortable stepping in front of the camera and taking the lead.

First, we identification a child with talent of speaking, then we   coach child journalist skills, we empower them to have a confidence, speaking as well in camera. 

The Good example Janet host an interview with Deputy Minister of Natural resource and tourism in Tanzania Miss Marry masanja: 

Janet with Deputy Minister of Natural resource & Tourism in Tanzania.

https://youtu.be/ZKvx-iUUWrU

Go to the profile of Lize Gibson-Hall
over 1 year ago

Thank you for your response David. I like how you have bought forward your work and experience with working with children already and giving them confidence! 

Go to the profile of Kate
over 1 year ago

Asante sana @David Kabambo Kabambo 

This is so inspirational to see! I initiated a research project that looked at children's perceptions of wildlife conservation next to protected areas and areas without any wildlife in Kenya and South Africa. It's so inspiring to hear that ex-poachers are seeing the benefit of protecting wildlife and the value of it - a message we need children to hear across the world 

Go to the profile of David Kabambo Kabambo
over 1 year ago

Poa Kabisa Kate

Mambo, 

Our organization, 

Peace for conservation under program of CHILD MEDIA HOUSE:  The program   empowers children and youth by offering journalism mentorship and coaching enabling them to host an interview with key stake holders of wildlife, with a goal   strives to give children a voice to speak about Environmental, wildlife Conservation and Conflict grazing in protected areas . A voice that will raise their self-esteem, bring self-awareness of their own capacity and enhance self-reliance.

I will share another documentary we are finalizing editing; Children host an interview with Park manager about conflict grazing in protected areas 

Also Janet Mkami, Host deputy Minister of Natural resources and tourism in Tanzania, The role of African women in wildlife conservation, please watch a link.   

Janet with Deputy Minister of Natural resource & Tourism in Tanzania.

https://youtu.be/ZKvx-iUUWrU

 If you, you are interested to work project of children, we can develop proposal together and search a donor, we can create a wildlife story from children about climate change, My  WhatsApp number: +255757889794 

 Regards

David