David Kabambo Kabambo

Founder & Executive Director , Peace for conservation

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

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

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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Replying to Kate

Huge congratulations @David Kabambo Kabambo! It's so interesting to see your WildHub posts, and the innovative ways on communicating important messages for conservation. Fantastic work! 

@Kate, thanks  a lot



Replying to Susan Winslow

Thank you so much @David Kabambo Kabambo for sharing your inspirational work and ideas!

@Susan, thanks a lot any time if you are interested to do a conservation safari trip to Serengeti national park -Tanzania, you have a support, also i will launch disability inclusion for tourism and conservation with a brand name 100 wheelchair Africa " Wheelchair, Wildlife Safari" this year about 20-30 people with physical disability will ride inside the protected areas, we teach them about wildlife conservation before to ride


Tanzania based Peace for Conservation in collaboration with Ferret Fred Productions, is now hosting the 100 Wheelchair Africa channel. We break down barriers for people with physical disabilities by organizing safari tours for them in Serengeti National Park where they will see animals in their natural habitats. Breaking down former accessibility barriers will give them a feeling of Tanzania’s heartbeat; let them discover magical sights and add smiles to their faces; to allow them to experience the "big five" found in Tanzania, including lions, elephants and leopards. https://vimeo.com/channels/1825164/782065896


I, am verry happy for this opportunity to be a WildHub Conservation Creator, I will   share conservation stories from Tanzania. Anyone interested to visit Tanzania for conservation project or conservation filming, i will provide support. We can team up and create conservation filming to be used for conservation education. . 

Replying to Lize Gibson-Hall

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. 

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.


Replying to Thirza Loffeld

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? 

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.




Replying to Kate

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 

Poa Kabisa Kate


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.


 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 




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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