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            An assessment of current threats to the lion population in Waza National Park

            Ed Selfe
            Grantee Leo Foundation
            Type Conservation Planning
            Location Cameroon
            Grant Amount $9,500
            Duration 6 months

            There have been reports in recent months of major human pressures on Waza National Park in Cameroon, posing existential threats for the lion population that occurs there. Through the Leo Foundation, the LRF has invested a small grant to support a mission by a team of Cameroonian nationals to undertake a status assessment of wildlife populations and of threats affecting the park. This report will then be used to work with the government to develop solutions that will help protect the park before it is lost.