Black rhinos  reintroduced in Gonarezhou NP Much interest from the official delegation Opening ceremony of the first One Health Garden Training in Holistic Grazing to restore rangelands

Odyssey Conservation Trust

Org #38945
Vetted since 2017
2007
year founded
$3,516
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The mission of the Odyssey Conservation Trust is to conserve biodiversity through local and indigenous women. We improve the quality of life of women by using a holistic approach which links their well-being to the health of their environment and the health of their animals - an approach called One Health. By valorizing their traditional environmental knowledge and breaking the poverty cycle into which local women's lives are entangled, we promote the role of indigenous women as custodians of unique biocultural heritages.

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Julie Garnier
Julie Garnier
Organization Information
Haddon Hall
Bakewell, DE451LA
United Kingdom
0033674655673
Organization Information
Haddon Hall
Bakewell, DE451LA
United Kingdom
0033674655673

Project Reports

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Sep 30, 2021
Shangaan women and rhinos
More than ever do we need your help to support the Mahenye Shangaan community living around Gonarezhou National Park in becoming food secure, which is the main objective of the...
Jul 15, 2021
Opening the first One Health Garden in Morocco
On the occasion of World Biodiversity Day in May, we organized the opening ceremony of the first One Health Garden of Aromatic and Medicinal Plants in Morocco. This was made possible by much...
Jun 3, 2021
Generation Restoration
When we started the One Health program with Mahenye community a few years ago, we developed a training program on Holistic Planned Grazing for farmers in the community in order to help...
 
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