In the last decades we have witnessed activities that threaten the survival of Wildlife species practiced by human. Poaching has been the major killer of wildlife species mostly done by adjacent communities who are driven by poverty and food insecurity.
The farmland expansion and tree cutting for timber, charcoal and fuel wood are also major threats that results to decline of habitat suitable for wildlife species.
ECOWICE works with community adjacent wildlife protected areas by enhancing them to stop destructive activities through establishment of alternative source of income and food. Villagers are enhanced to engage on less destructive activities such as beekeeping, mushroom farming and sustainable agriculture.