The Association of Tourist Camps for the Support of the Management of the W Regional Park is an association which aims to develop tourist activities and activities related to the protection of nature in the W park. It is part of a more overall conservation of Biodiversity.
ACTAG PRW was created in close collaboration with protected area managers and competent authorities. It implements concrete actions on the ground to strengthen and / or support environmental protection measures which are:
- Promotion of protected area
- The fight against poachin
- Ecological monitoring of species and more particularly of feline
- Raising awareness among populations living in sensitive area
- Managing conflicts between humans and animal
- The layout of the park (tracks, water points, etc.
- Bringing together various interlocutors allowing the creation of a network of people and / or structures competent in the management of protected areas.
The Le PAL Nature Foundation has been providing financial support to ACTAG PRW since 2016 to cover the costs of anti-poaching patrols called “feline brigade”. On the strength of its experience and the results demonstrated by the presence of these brigades on the site of the W park in Niger, ACTAG PRW was approached by the conservators of the Benin and Burkinabe zones to set them up in these countries.
The W regional park covers an area of 35,000 km2.
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