Conservation Education Botswana

Better prospects through education and conservation

Better prospects through education and conservationLaunch of 6 children's projects in Botswana's wildlife areas For more than 10 years, SAVE has been involved in development and education projects in Botswana, where national parks such as…


Mogogi

Mogogi - How a five-year-old walks into a better future

Mogogi - How a five-year-old walks into a better future SAVE wants to reach 62,000 children with the environmental education programme Education for Conservation. That is the five-year plan. But what people and stories are…


E4C Graduation

183 children celebrated their wildlife diploma

183 children celebrated their wildlife diploma Seven villages around the Okavango Delta were celebrating: 183 children of the SAVE Early Childhood Development programme were handed their…


Environmental Teacher

With enthusiasm and charisma: The SAVE environmental teacher Neo

With enthusiasm and charisma: The SAVE environmental teacher Neo As you know, community development is one of our most important goals in our E4C programme. In this context, we recruit…


E4C Children

Review of the year 2021: Children Projects

Review of the year 2021: Children Projects How do the SAVE children projects affect Wildlife Conservation? Despite Corona, we remain committed to our goal of reaching…


Corona Hilfe Botswana

10,000 Masks for SAVE-Botswana

10.000 Masken für SAVE-Botswana Winter Medical provided over 10,000 original packaged masks and shipped them with SAVE to Botswana to support families and project workers there. Botswana is also suffering from the 4th wave of…


Good news for Matsaudi (Botswana)

18. June 2021|In General, E4C - Education for Conservation, Educational workGood news for Matsaudi (Botswana)The next Learning Center for 60 to 100 children and youngsters will be established early next year in Matsaudi, a community on the…


SAVE gets Support from UNICEF for Early Childhood Environmental Education

18. June 2019|In General, Africa, Educational workSAVE gets Support from UNICEF for Early Childhood Environmental EducationThe aim of SAVE Wildlife Conservation Fund’s Early Childhood Environmental Education Programme is to encourage…


Neo Xhike - Another success story

14. June 2019|In General, Educational workNeo Xhike’s StoryNeo Xhike’s story is another of SAVE’s succss stories. Neo Xhike is a 29-year-old teacher who works in SAVE’s Early Childhood Program in Matsaudi, a village just 15…


Dingalo - a SAVE success story

14. June 2019|In General, E4C - Education for Conservation, Educational work Dingalo - a SAVE success storyDingalo was born in late 1995 in Kasane. He was only seven years old when his mother died. Four years later his father also passed…