With human-wildlife conflicts on the increase, Rundu Urban Constituency councillor, Paulus Mbangu, wants such cases and their payments decentralised to the regional level to improve efficiency. He also called for victims of human-animal conflict to be better compensated and for the payment policy for damages to crops, which is currently limited to damages caused only by elephants, buffaloes and hippos, to be amended to include all wild animals, including birds and locusts.