We at SAVE Wildlife Conservation Fund Foundation want to do our part to promote nature and species conservation with the people on site. Our work is built on 3 pillars:
- Educational work
- Wildlife projects
- Community development
Following the principle of Education 4 Conservation, we want to teach the people in Southern Africa how to use our natural resources sustainably, so that humans and animals can coexist peacefully.
We want to actively counteract the extinction of endangered animal species through various wildlife projects. The SAVE projects are deliberately located in so-called Wildlife Conflict Areas. These are areas around wildlife reserves where conflicts between humans and wildlife often occur.
However, our work would not be possible without the active support of the people on the ground in Botswana, so it is a matter close to our hearts to engage in exchange at eye level in order to create a strong sense of community together and to ensure the long-term economic independence of the communities by promoting the potential of the people.
Thanks to the support of our patrons and donors, we are able to implement our projects and bring about positive change.