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“The investment of $10 million funded wildlife and land conservation, job creation and social transformation in a region of 70% adult unemployment. This money has been a catalyst for economic growth in the region resulting from eco-tourism. Eighty permanent jobs have been directly created through Kuzuko, while another 420 jobs are estimated to have been created indirectly through the tourism industry. Additionally, 75 endangered animals have been released and 39,000 acres rehabilitated to its natural ecology and incorporated into the reserve.”

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