Rwanda has taken several measures to control and eliminate poaching in Akagera National Park. Some of the strategies employed include:

1. Community Engagement: Collaborating with local communities to gain their support and involvement in conservation efforts. This can include education, outreach programs, and providing economic incentives for communities to support wildlife conservation.

2. Anti-Poaching Efforts: Utilizing trained rangers and employing advanced technology such as drones, camera traps, and GPS tracking to monitor and protect wildlife from poachers.

3. Law Enforcement: Implementing strict laws and penalties for poaching, and actively enforcing these regulations to deter potential offenders.

4. International Collaboration: Working with international organizations and partners to enhance conservation efforts and share best practices for combating poaching.

5. Public Awareness: Conducting public awareness campaigns to educate the general population about the importance of wildlife conservation and the negative impacts of poaching.

These efforts, among others, are aimed at safeguarding the wildlife and ecosystems in Akagera National Park, ultimately working towards the elimination of poaching