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Mr. Isaac Seme - MENTOR Fellow from Southern Sudan

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Mr. Issac Seme

Isaac Seme was one of eight USFWS MENTOR Fellows in 2008-2009 from Kenya, Southern Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda working to address the illegal bushmeat exploitation in the Eastern Africa region. 

As a MENTOR Fellow from Southern Sudan, Isaac Seme completed his bushmeat field assessment on the illegal bushmeat trade in areas around Bor and Bandingalo National Parks in Southern Sudan. He implemented a national level bushmeat awareness campaign in Southern Sudan and site-level bushmeat campaign in Bandingalo National Park and Bor. His work highlighted the plight of the Tiang, a species that is heavily targeted by the bushmeat trade.

Isaac Seme has worked as a lecturer at the Boma Wildlife Training Center.  He is a committed trainer who is always looking for new information and materials to teach the new Rangers who are ex-combatant and who have now been assimilated in the new Government of Southern Sudan. 

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Bushmeat Field Assessment: 

Report of illegal bushmeat trade in areas around Bor and Badingillo National Park

Goals of the field assessment:

  • Reduce the scale of illegal bush meat trade in areas in and around Bor and Bandingalo National Park in Southern Sudan in relation to the population density of the wildlife animals

To learn more about the objectives, findings, and recommendations of Isaac Seme's field assessment, please view the following documents:

            Bushmeat Field Assessment Fact Sheet on Bor and Badingillo National Park

            Bushmeat Field Assessment Presentation on Bor and Badingillo National Park

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Pilot Projects:

More information to come on Isaac Seme's national level bushmeat awareness campaign in Southern Sudan and site level bushmeat campaign in Badingillo and Bor National Park.  His work highlighted the plight of the Tiang, a species that is heavily targeted by the bushmeat trade.

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Visit the Bushmeat-free East African Network (BEAN) website to learn more about the new network developed and managed by the USFWS MENTOR Fellows.

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For more information on Isaac Seme's work, please contact:

Mr. Isaac Seme Solomon Lado

Boma Wildlife Training Center

c/o Dr. Jamus Joseph

W.C.S SUDAN

BOMA, SOUTHERN SUDAN

P.O.BOX 8874,00100

NAIROBI-KENYA

CELL PHONE 254 720 22 2535

Telephone: 8821643335541

Email: iseme65@yahoo.com

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