Habitat destruction and poaching are huge threats to African wildlife. All animals need protection, but especially the elephant, leopard, impala, eland, jackal, warthog, hyena, and giraffe.
Through this organizational partnership, we combat these conservation issues through several diverse projects. This organization works in the field to monitor wildlife populations and poaching activity, dismantle snares and traps set by poachers and make improvements to the wildlife sanctuary. Their conservation efforts include forest preservation projects that aim to teach and educate people on the dangers of deforestation while providing better ways of acquiring fire wood. There are also educational initiatives involved that intend to reduce human-wildlife conflicts and how to control waste management, which ultimately benefit the wild animals.
Our volunteers also take part in the building and maintenance of fencing, watering holes and other infrastructure.