David Kabambo is the founder and Director of Peace for Conservation and holds a B. A. Degree in social work, a postgraduate diploma in Wildlife Management, and is presently a Master’s Degree student working towards a degree in Natural Resource Management and Assessment. David is well experienced in results based management and facilitating planning, research, monitoring and evaluation of development and conservation programmes and projects.
Previously David worked at Plan International, Tanzania as a child rights advocate and AMREF Health Africa as coordinator of the Maternal Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) Project. He has developed and managed projects to promote conservation such as Soccer for Conservation, Dance for Conservation, and working with children in the Child to Child for Conservation training project. Under his direction, PFC is in the final stage of converting empty pig enclosures into pit latrines for schools by donating bags of cement to use for making bricks. David loves to socialize with people with physical disabilities, and two of his goals are to enable those with disabilities to visit National Parks to see wildlife and to organize a tricycle tour ride to build understanding and support for persons with physical disabilities.