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Do you run an NGO in Africa?

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Hello,

 

Am interested in this forum very much,

I run a grassroot NGO in Kenya, we do community work by partnering with other grassroot organizations to empower talents for a sustainable lifestyles.

 

We are most interested in welcoming volunteers, inters, students, travellers, families who would like to work with us in the communities. We focus on building self sustainable community, we are therefore not inclined so much to fundraising, we would like to invide people with different expertise to help with their knowledge.

 

Your help in this would be highly appreciated!

 

Graca

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Hello!

 

Wildlife Connection works in southern Tanzania with local communities to tackle human-wildlife conflict around Ruaha National Park. Much of our work centres around environmental education including teaching in local schools and video evenings in villages.

 

Our focus project currently is our beehive fence project which helps farmers to protect their farms from raiding elephants as elephants are afraid of bees! You can help with our beehive project with our Support a Farmer initiative on our website.

 

Our website has more information on our work: www.thewildlifeconnection.org

Any questions don't hesitate to email! hshaw@thewildlifeconnection.org

 

Below a couple of photos of our new camp under construction in Idodi Division, a video evening in Kitisi village and Julius and Yege working on a Kenyan Top Bar beehive :-)

 

Thank You!

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Wildlife Connection works in southern Tanzania with local communities to tackle human-wildlife conflict around Ruaha National Park. Much of our work centres around environmental education including teaching in local schools and video evenings in villages.

 

Our focus project currently is our beehive fence project which helps farmers to protect their farms from raiding elephants as elephants are afraid of bees! You can help with our beehive project with our Support a Farmer initiative on our website.

 

Our website has more information on our work: www.thewildlifeconnection.org

Any questions don't hesitate to email! hshaw@thewildlifeconnection.org

 

Below a couple of photos of our new camp under construction in Idodi Division, a video evening in Kitisi village and Julius and Yege working on a Kenyan Top Bar beehive :-)

 

 

~ @WildlifeConnection:

 

That's a fine project, as shown in the images.

Tonight I'm gradually learning more about the concept of beehive fences, which was hitherto unknown to me.

The work that you're doing is of the utmost value. Thank you so much for your commitment to helping others.

It's so thoughtful of you to share this information on Safaritalk.

Tom K.

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