SAFE Worldwide partners with local communities where endangered species encounter wildlife-human conflict situations.  We empower local men and women to improve their livelihoods, help them protect habitat, and engage in ways to earn a living other than poaching, engaging in the illegal pet trade industry or using snares for bush meat in critical wildlife habitat.

SAFE Worldwide believes that the survival of critically endangered species is dependent on ensuring that communities surrounding their habitat is conflict free and allows the animals to live in a safe environment, free of poaching, snares and bush meat killing.  We believe that education of every young person is critical in paving the way for the species’ future survival.

SAFE is spearheading multiple projects around the world such as the the sewing project in Rwanda and the vaccination vet clinic in Zimbabwe.  We are soon engaging in similar programs in Rwanda and India.