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World Lion Day – From community camera trapping to educational programs, scholarships, health care, and veterinary support, Ruaha Carnivore Project has found a way to serve as a dynamic partner to local communities as well as a champion for lions and other large carnivores. Learn more.
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Ruaha Carnivore Project wins a University of Oxford Vice-Chancellor’s Public Engagement with Research Award.

RCP receives the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Public Engagement in Research.

The Ruaha Carnivore Project has a Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ruahacarnivoreproject/) and a Twitter page (@ruahacarnivores) which we update regularly. Please sign up to updates using the website www.ruahacarnivoreproject.com or email us on admin@ruahacarnivoreproject.com

We produce updates on our work each month, and links to the latest ones, as well as our Annual Reports, are provided below.

The Ruaha Carnivore Project has been fortunate to receive coverage in a variety of different media outlets, and some of these are shown below. If you would be interested in writing an article or featuring the project in some way through the media, then please get in touch on admin@ruahacarnivoreproject.com

3 minute video of our Tusk Award nomination: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAxx8dAIrCU

Telegraph article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/04/29/british-woman-fighting-save-african-lions-extinction/

Video of Amy explaining how a lion slept on her tent during her very first night in Ruaha: http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/dickman-sleeping-with-lions

Amy gives the Tusk American Express Conservation Lecture at the Royal Geographical Society: http://www.tusk.org/news/12-nov-2015-watch-dr-amy-dickmans-talk-at-the-tusk-conservation-lecture-here

Mongabay interview: https://news.mongabay.com/2013/09/protecting-predators-in-the-wildest-landscape-youve-never-heard-of/

Oxford Thinking campaign: https://www.campaign.ox.ac.uk/report/ruaha-carnivore-project

Article about human-wildlife conflict in Ruaha in the Conversation: http://theconversation.com/whats-behind-the-conflict-between-people-and-animals-in-tanzania-46271

National Geographic case study of the project: https://www.nationalgeographic.org/news/case-study-big-cats-ruaha-landscape/

Amy talking about lion conservation in Ruaha: https://vimeo.com/37250128