Sustaining Communities

Our programmes impact local communities, supporting local infrastructure developments by providing employment, and delivering education specific to bustard conservation, and to wildlife conservation in general. Today IFHC’s work in local communities has contributed to the building of roads, schools, mosques and much more.

We employ local workers in our centres across range countries to care for, handle and feed our birds, and to maintain our facilities physically and technically. Our centres concentrate the knowledge and input of specialists and researchers from many different countries, augmenting the international dimension of Houbara conservation.

Managed hunting brings income to remote communities, and the more sustainable the resources through this approach, the more secure the source of income. We partner with local authorities to develop and implement plans to preserve habitat and regulate hunting.

 




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Playing for change: nature-themed virtual escape room game launches to encourage conservation efforts

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ABU DHABI RECORDS SPECIES CONSERVATION WORLD’S FIRST WITH HISTORIC BIRTH OF ARABIAN BUSTARD VIA IVF

Milestone birth is significant step in saving species listed as ‘Near......Read More

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