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20 April 2016 Innovation Award Finalist! We are delighted to announce that our very own Anti-Poaching and Wildlife Management Programme has been selected as a finalist in the 2016 GoAbroad Innovation Awards! As the leading resource for m...
29 March 2016 March 2016 Project Update - Marine Conservation, Mozambique Seeing spots! My heart stood still as I saw the grey and white contrast of his spots, more vibrant than I had ever imagined, softly gliding through the water just a meter below me. Kicking as fast...
23 March 2016 March 2016 Project Update - Elephant Conservation, Zimbabwe Its all about the rain at the Elephant Conservation Programme in Hwange and Zambezi National Parks and preparing the waterholes for the drought forecast for 2016. This report was written by the two te...
22 March 2016 March 2016 Project Update - Anti-Poaching and Wildlife Management Volunteers having a massive impact in Zimbabwe Our partner programme in Kariba, run by the fantastic Kariba Conservation Programme, have had a very busy and productive first three months of 2016. ...
2 December 2015 What to pack for your volunteer experience Some people plan their packing for weeks before their big volunteer adventure; others favour the last-minute, throw-it-all-into-a-bag-and-see-what-sticks approach. We know that packing can be a hassle...
21 August 2015 Why do I have to pay to volunteer? This is a question we get asked a lot, with varying degrees of incredulity. Paying to “volunteer” seems like a strange concept - why should I pay to help someone? Surely it should be enoug...
20 July 2015 The Matusadona Wildlife Survey - project update Nigel Kuhn, Project Manager of the Matusadona Wildlife Survey has kept a journal throughout the preparation and planning of this event. Extracts from his diary can be read below (most recent at the to...
17 July 2015 Volunteers get involved in rhino de-horning On our Hands-on Rhino Conservation Programme this July, lucky volunteers were privileged to witness the dehorning of five rhinos in Zimbabwe. The project have dehorned their rhinos every tw...
15 July 2015 The first ever Matusadona Wildlife Survey - volunteers needed! The Matusadona National Park is a stunning wilderness areas in the North of Zimbabwe, on the shores of Lake Kariba - the natural boundary which forms part of the long water border between Zimbabwe and...
8 July 2015 Volunteering with my family By James Gardiner Teaching Big 5 Wildlife Conservation March 2015 We chose this programme because it allowed us to bring our four children aged 8-12, enabling us to volunteer as a family. ...

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