Dance for Conservation

Traditional dance is very famous at annual events in the community of the Sukuma tribe who live close to Serengeti National Park western corridor and kijereshi game reserve. They are usually held after harvesting crops from farm, followed with community events whereby group of native dancers are used to perform song to celebrate the harvest.

Peace for Conservation turn that platform into a conservation program by organizing community events with tittle DANCE FOR CONSERVATION whereby dance groups bordering Serengeti National park-Western corridor participate on competition event to sing a song with the message to discourage communities who collude with poachers to destroy wildlife.

Dancer group given themes related with elephant conservation, rhino conservation, habitant management, environmental conservation, to create a songs to address that challenges concerning conservation in the community by singing a song with a native language whereby all community can understood well, three winner groups selected by judge’s rewards gifts and the first winner get offer to Visit National park.

During the night Peace for Conservation organize environmental filming, which show a mass of elephant and rhino killed in National park and Game reserve. Later, followed by discussion by the community to find a possible solution to combat wildlife poaching in the communities.