David Kabambo Kabambo

Founder & Executive Director , Peace for conservation
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About David Kabambo Kabambo

David Kabambo is the founder and Executive Director of Peace for Conservation (PFC ) and holds a B. A. degree in Social Work, a Postgraduate Diploma in Wildlife Management, and is presently working towards a Master’s degree in Natural Resource Management and Assessment. 

David has a particular skill-set in supporting the transformation of people’s understanding and viewpoints regarding the benefits of conservation. He has had real impacts at the grassroots level, working with bush meat poachers, for alternative livelihoods such as wildlife conservation educators. He has developed and implemented a highly successful employment schemes whereby former poachers a recruited as community conservation educator, they visit at schools and local communities to advocate wildlife conservation, the wider benefits to Tanzania’s national income (for example eco-tourism) and provide real-life testimonials regarding the negative impacts of the bush-meat trade.

Since 2016, David has donated 47 tricycles to disabled person greatly increasing their comfort and ability to lead normal lives. He has set himself a goal of donating 100 tricycles by 2025. He is keen that local disabled person do not miss out on experiencing local wildlife, such as the magical ‘Big Five’  and has arranged dedicated tours to the Serengeti. National park .He also feels that these persons living close to protected areas in the Serengeti ecosystem have a vital and active role as ambassadors for wildlife conservation.

Which category below best describes the type of organisation you currently work for/or run?

Charity/Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)

Areas of expertise

Livelihood, Economic & Moral Incentive Research Education & training Communication and marketing Partnerships and collaboration development Project/programme management

Would you be willing to be approached and share your lessons learned in your area(s) of expertise with our community?


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Comment on Child Media House
Replying to Lara Reden

David, thanks for sharing! It may be helpful to add this post to the "collaborate and help others" room with the "ask for help" badge. 

Thanks Lara Reden, can you help to post collaborate and help others room 

How can i get PDF document for stake holders engagement for conservation 

I will appreciate if i can have it through dkabambo@gmail.com

Replying to Albertinah Matsika

I'm intrested 

Poacher and Wildlife poaching is complicated issues, if you know the reason why people living close to protected areas engage in wildlife poaching, you can solve a problem, The most problem is poverty, People engage in wildlife poaching for  daily income, feeding a family members 

Personally i did poaching network investigation, I mate with 40 people engaging in wildlife poaching and ask them to surrender, after a discussion, they ask question, how can we survivor 

Peace for conservation, recruit 5 poachers  as community conservation educator , we pay  allowance US$ 100 per month as salaries to visit at school and teach school children , the impact of wildlife poaching,

You can watch my documentary related with: Transportation of bush meat using a motor bike (Boda Boda) western corridor of Serengeti National park 



 We transform poachers into conservation and recruit as conservation education activities who can share their indigenous knowledge of wildlife conservation with primary and secondary school, as well as providing lectures at university to students pursuing a wildlife degree course.

The public lecture recorded via video and documentary created as a part of the university and secondary school conservation education program for reference

You might be interest to read our Models: Applying Indigenous knowledge in conservation education

Drop your email to dkabambo@gmail.com  or david@pfc.or.tz  I can share a module

We are looking personal or NGOS to collaborate


Dear Felsal Malk

Keep up, our organization Peace for conservation, we have a program of CHILD MEDIA, we empower children.

Enjoy watching Janet Mkami Young reporter for wildlife conservation 


We empower children to tell their own wildlife and conservation stories trough media.

 Janet host poacher: Here


Janet interviewing rangers.


 David and Janet


Dear Kristi Foster

I have a paper , journal, share your email so that i  can send, I don't know to publish  journal in this platform , My email dkabambo@gmail.com

Thanks , welcome Tanzania.