Operation tenBoma’s Anti-Poaching Strategy [Video]

Operation tenBoma’s Anti-Poaching Strategy [Video]

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The “Operation tenBoma: Getting Left of Kill” video features IFAW and Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) partnering on a groundbreaking anti-poaching strategy: using counter terrorism tactics, their aim is to stop poachers before they kill. This strategy is the basis for tenBoma, a model project to develop a counter-wildlife crime intelligence fusion center that can join community anti-poaching tips and efforts with high-tech data analysis and enhanced national security operations to stop elephant and rhino poachers before they strike. As described in the project’s most recent field report, the tenBoma initiative in Kenya takes best practices and processes developed for effective counterinsurgency operations and applies them to the fight against criminal poaching networks.

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