The struggles of Africa’s $39.2 billion tourism industry sector could cause extreme poverty, lead to an increase in poaching and severely impact wildlife populations.
As the world's press, focuses on Asia, the U.S. and Europe, Sarah Kingdom gives us another perspective on the Coronavirus from the heart of the African safari industry.
How another evening on the shores of Kafue River, in Zambia’s Kafue National Park soon became a night to remember.
Sarah Kingdom returns to Kilimanjaro, not for the first time, but now with a team that are fighting for Elephants in Africa, that are under serious threat.
The Orphanage provides a sanctuary for defenceless calves, who are the victims of poaching, human conflict or, occasionally, natural abandonment. The catalyst was a single elephant called Chamilandu.
Conservation, Kafue Style: We're delighted to learn that there has been a huge increase in wildlife numbers in Zambia’s largest national park.
Trafficking in wildlife products is reaching an all-time high, but there are a number of people working together in South Luangwa National Park, for the common good of conservation.
The Askari Project has been set up to raise funding and support for elephant conservation and the protection of some of the last Great Tuskers of Africa. This funding and support will be directed to the operations and on the ground efforts of The Tsavo Trust.
Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ) is a non-profit organisation committed to the protection of wildlife and to the sustainable use of natural resources in the Lower Zambezi in Zambia.