Alongside the restoration of the park – located in Malanje – and the collars, the investment also made it possible to carry out scientific studies and sponsor events around this species, among others.
Cited by Angop, the official clarified that the collars with GPS - which were put on in 2009, when this animal was last captured - are already reaching the end of their life and, consequently, are no longer transmitting the signal clearly. for this species to be properly supervised.
This scenario, he considered, translates as dangerous for the animal, once its monitoring is lost, the risks of extinction increase, writes Angop.
So, speaking at the workshop about the current state of this animal, Armando Afonso informed that the company intends to maintain its support with regard to the preservation of this species.
He also took the opportunity to indicate that the investment is part of the company's social responsibility program.
Held by the Kissama Foundation, together with the government of Malanje and the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Environment, the workshop served to talk about the activities carried out to preserve the sable habitat, among other issues.