Whether it’s in our local neighborhood or whether it’s half way around the world, we are available to speak in schools or local communities to provide educational and entertaining information on why it’s important to save wildlife and how each one of them can do their part to help animals in their area.
Thru education and actual experience with wildlife, children learn to love and respect their endemic wildlife. And that helps to save wildlife against poaching and the bush meat trade.
Providing school equipment for children from K to 12. Many children never finish secondary school.Many have to walk 10 km a day to get to school. With your help, we can make sure that every child attends school and graduates. We teach them about the wildlife in their surroundings and why it’s important to keep them safe.
SAFE WORLDWIDE is sponsoring a Wildlife Conservation Camp for 160 Ugandan students in the Mgahinga Mountain area near Kisoro, Uganda, where the critically endangered mountain gorillas live. The camp is help from April 18 thru 22nd, 2022.
In partnership with The leadership committee of MGAHINGA UNITED STUDENTS AND ASSOCIATES ASSOCIATION (MUSAA) the project seeks to improve conservation practices and community attitudes towards Wildlife conservation, under the theme: “GIFTED BY NATURE, CONSERVE WILDLIFE”.
Through sensitization, conservation education and promotion and alternative means of supporting people through revenue sharing projects, and other projects like bee keeping, to solve the problem of relying on the protected areas for their survival among others.
The camp is a step in improving community awareness about the benefits of wildlife conservation and having an alternative means of getting source of income without endangering the wildlife.
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With schoolchildren at a newly constructed school in Musanze district, in Rwanda.
We would love to come to your school and do a talk on a specific species. We also do talks on various topics like climate change, deforestation due to palm oil, how to address human-wildlife conflict in the field and a slew of other topics that might be of interest to your students.
We can adapt our talks from 30 minutes to 2 hours.
Feel free to contact us to discuss your needs.