As with the Cheetah programme, RWF aims to support Mara Meru with an expansion research program that will enable Dr Elena and her team to initiate and manage research on African Leopard in the two designated areas using the same principles that have formed the basis of the cheetah research program.
The general goal of the current research is: Identification of behavioral adaptations and assessment of impact of social structure on reproductive success and survival of the cheetah in the protected areas under anthropogenic influence.
The lion – a symbol of wild Africa - is threatened. Across much of Africa, lions are in dramatic decline. Now, even the world’s most iconic king of the beasts – the Ngorongoro lions – are in danger.
The inspiration for Rhinos Without Borders is a response to the dire situation that is facing rhinos in Africa. With rhino poaching at an all-time high, concerned conservationists need to be proactive.
Supporting children in two schools in Tanzania Building new infrastructure for the communities in the town region of Ngorongoro and Karatu.
We are travellers, lovers of nature and animals. After visiting Africa and observing its breathtaking landscape, we decided to help and contribute to the recovery of threatened and disappearing African wildlife.
Our focus is not only on animal rescue, but also on children who despite modest conditions are trying to develop their knowledge in school while at the same time trying to expand their potential through involvement in extracurricular activities, such as jewellery making, housekeeping and farming. It is incredible to watch the joy expressed by these children, when receiving such insignificant items such as pens, clothing or even books. On the other side we are proud to be part of a project which aids in the rescue of endangered animals, such as Rhino.