What we do

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How does education facilitate conservation?

Awareness of the importance of conservation and general education has a crucial role in safeguarding wildlife and opening people up to different socio-economic opportunities. Without education, there is no hope for true community engagement in wildlife conservation – education must start in the classroom and with the right resources. Livelihoods in these communities are often burdened by erratic and difficult environmental circumstances, human-wildlife conflicts, hunger and lack of important resources. Education is therefore not always a priority…and yet it plays such an important role in conserving wildlife and providing socio-economic opportunities.

What is the Foundation doing?

Schools suffer from a lack of resources, infrastructure, teachers and training, and socio-economic opportunities are scarce. The Foundation is supporting education through school bursaries, the provision of school lunches, the supply of textbooks, the building of schools and teacher cottages.

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 Textbooks for Conservation 

We've raised funds to supply textbooks to children and teachers living in areas with or near wildlife.

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