Give Kutullo the chance to achieve his dream

Oct 3, 2013


Kutullo celebrating Heritage Day with Daktari
Kutullo celebrating Heritage Day with Daktari

Every week, thanks to the Daktari Outreach Programme, about 40 learners receive lessons about nature conservation and help for their career guidance.

Kutullo is one of them. Thanks to your donation, he is now registered for exams, which will enable him to qualify as a Professional Field Guide.

With your help, he is going to take his FGASA exam (Field Guides Association of South Africa) the 5th October. He received some books for him to study. We can already tell you that he is working very hard! Of course we will keep you posted on the result.

If he passes this exam, he will be registered at the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEAT), which will enable him to find a job. 

Thank you very much for your support toward Kutullo’s dream of becoming a field guide.

Kutullo is very grateful for all you have done for him!

Best regards.


The Eco-Club and all the Daktari Bush School team.

Kutullo with his books
Kutullo with his books
Kutullo working hard!
Kutullo working hard!



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