We allow underprivileged children to experience their local environment. We inspire these children to protect their environment and inform them about eco-tourism job opportunities. We supplement the local school curriculum. We develop the childrenâ€™s self-confidence while diminishing the stigma of apartheid through working with international volunteers. We give a safe home to orphaned and injured wildlife that canâ€™t be rehabilitated.
Every week 8 underprivileged children attend bush school at the wildlife orphanage. Rescued animals, bush walks and lessons inspire students to care for their environment. Children are tutored on school subjects and are also taught about life skills and career choices.
Todayâ€™s local underprivileged children will be able to secure good employment in nature reserves. The children, future custodians of nature, will be inspired to protect wildlife and their fragile environment.