Have you heard about the incredible success story of Marupi, a young boy of only 13 years old? Well, I am so proud to let you know that we launched a few days ago our 2 minutes amazing film about him.
Marupi is a young child passionate about the animals of South Africa. But from a far-away village in Limpopo, he does not have access to water, lives surrounded by rubbish and tries to find some space in his overcrowed classroom. One day, he found the perfect place for his dream to come true... DAKTARI Bush School and Wildlife Orphanage.
I will not to tell you more, you have to discover it for yourself! Original, heart warming, touching, watch our latest creation, CLICKING HERE!! :)
So tell me, did you like it? What do you think about the ending?
Just because it is you, Let me tell you a secret. I had some news from Marupi after the filming and he is now attending the Eco-Club lessons given by DAKTARI once a week in his village!! "We are very proud of you Marupi!!! Keep going in this way!"
DAKTARI needs you to spread more stories like Marupi! Please take another 2 minutes of your time to share that video with your friends via email, social media... Inform them that they can donate or volunteer for our project and be part of our educational program with the children and animals. (NOTE: We have special prices for April, take advantage of it NOW!! Click HERE)
Did I tell you how important you are to us!? Without your support these underprivileged children and orphaned animals will not have the opportunity to have a second chance in life.
A HUGE THANK YOU!
Dear DAKTARI Supporters,
It has been a long time since there was news from our Eco Clubs as the children were on holiday since November. But first of all, we want to give you the good news that they all passed their exams last year…we are very proud of them :)
At the end of the year, as a nice reward, the best 4 children of each school had the chance to spend a Sunday with us at DAKTARI! We really had great fun, swimming, playing, taking care of the animals and going on a bush walk to the Leopard rock to learn about tracks and different trees.
It was a really nice, sunny Sunday full of joy, laughs, and smiles. Jeremiah, one of our most ambitious learners, actually left that day telling us “I had a fantastic day, I have learned so much and I feel so happy that you invited me at DAKTARI”, which put a big smile on my face :)
After a month break for Christmas, the children are now back at school and since middle of January, we have started our weekly eco clubs again.
What a nice surprise on the first day at Ramatau to see children queuing in front of the class and seeing that 78 of them turned up with the motivation to learn, which shows us that the desire to learn more and more is growing in the school.
Since the beginning of the year we have learnt about different subjects on wildlife and environment such as ecotourism, plastic, rainbows, the different antelopes found in Limpopo and the Food Chain.
We also had some good and fun times as we decorated the eco club classroom at Maachlamele School by painting, drawing and putting nice animal pictures on the wall. The classroom looks now much more colourful and welcoming for more and more students!
As you know, your donations are more than precious and mean the world to us. We still have many ideas and so much more we would like to accomplish! We are still looking for funds to be able to take the children to the Reptile Park in March and cover the cost of petrol, entrance and lunch for about 10 of them. We also would like to continue furnishing our eco club class-room at Maachlamele School.
We will never thank you enough for your support and look forward to give you more news soon :)
Nathalie, Eco Club Teacher
Dear Piggy lover,
Our project has been successfully funded!!! :) Thanks to you, for your participation and your loving attention, we raised $ 505 for our little Warthog, Piggy-Piggy!
This little one grows up so quickly, with a cute pig character! Everyday she enjoys good food, receives loving care from everyone here and roams free all around the camp. She likes the company of the others animals, playing soccer, sleeping on the couch, stealing food and MUCH Much more. Although her absolute favorite thing is taking a mud bath!
As soon as she heard about you, all the wonderful people who gave to her and helped her, she jumped in a big good mud bath, rolled, ran and screamed! Yummy..! :)
I hope you will enjoy the pictures.
Piggy and all the DAKTARI Team wish you a wonderful day!!
Do you want to continue helping DAKTARI, Piggy, the others orphaned animals and the underprivileged children? Click HERE and spread some love between you and them for Valentine's day!!
THANK YOU so much!