Friedkin Conservation Fund of Tanzania (FCF)


The Friedkin Conservation Fund of Tanzania (FCF) was established for the purpose of conserving more than 6.1 million acres of Tanzania’s protected wildlife areas. In order to achieve this objective, they operate anti-poaching operations working closely with the Wildlife Division of Tanzania. FCF also sponsors innovative community development projects and manages a Geographic Information System (GIS) for mapping and research to compliment the anti-poaching initiative. Friedkin Conservation Fund (“FCF”) operates as two separate but related entities – one is a Texas based nonprofit corporation that is registered as a 501(c)(3) entity in the United States, the other is known as “The Friedkin Conservation Fund of Tanzania” and is set up in Tanzania as a charitable Trust.



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