Stanley Paul Mveyange
My name is Stanley Paul Mveyange. I was born on 1990 at Iringa region, I am Hehe by tribe, in our family we are six people, (my mother and five children), unfortunately my father was Passed away in 2010. I have bachelor degree in Wildlife tourism from Sokoinne University of Agriculture, after finishing my studies in 2014 I started working under contracts with Tarangire National Park as Assistant Park Ecologist for two years from September 2014 to December 2016, also I worked very close with Tarangire Lion project in Lion collaring, sighting and camera trap, Currently I am working with Ruaha Carnivore Project in Community Camera Trap Programme. My duties and responsibilities are setting the camera to the villages surrounding Ruaha National Park, Downloading and entering wildlife data from the sated Camera. Periodic checks of the camera, Conducting DVD’s night program, and purchasing the benefits for the community particularly in Health, Education and Veterinary facilities affairs. I really like the Job, my future dream is to expand knowledge in conservation issues.