Water hole handed over

30. April 2021|In General, Hippo Protection, Species protectionWater is life - handover a renovated waterholeA waterhole will support an important wildlife corridor between National park and by this reduce Human wildlife conflict in…


Good news for Matsaudi (Botswana)

30. April 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…


Calendar 2020: One gift - many recipients

24. October 2020|In General Calendar 2020: One gift - many receiversThis year we are again receiving valuable support from the SHARE FOR SMILES association. They are also selling their now ever-popular photo calendars in aid of our…


Corona Survival Packages

24. September 2020|In General, Covid-19Corona Survival PackagesThe Corona pandemic did not stop at Botswana either. Even though the country is far less affected than others due to low population density preventing a greater spread.…


168 hippos saved!

10. June 2020|In General, Hippo Protection, General, Species protection168 hippos saved!We are thanking our donors for the support in saving 168 hippos, which got stuck looking for water during the huge drought in 2019.  We were able to…


Cooperation between SAVE and the Technical University of Munich for the conservation of lions in Botswana

10. June 2020|In General, Lion Protection, Species protectionSAVE AND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF MUNICH COOPERTAION ON LION CONSERVATION IN BOTSWANAAfrican lion populations have been declining by an astonishing 43% from 1993 to 2018,…


Draught in Botswana: SAVE helps feeding Wildlife

13. December 2019|In General, Hippo Protection, Species protectionDraught in Botswana: SAVE helps feeding WildlifeClimate change and global warming are a tangible reality in Botswana. For the Wildlife they mean suffering thirst and……


SAVE gets Support from UNICEF for Early Childhood Environmental Education

14. June 2019|In General, 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 children in…


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…