In a time where we are facing an ever-growing concern over climate change, there is an urgent need to protect the decreasing land available for wildlife habitation. Now more than ever, conservation efforts need to focus on educating and helping local communities with their livestock numbers, their grazing programs and how best they can look after their environment to protect the wildlife and landscapes for future generations.
The Borana Conservancy is a non-profit conservation organisation dedicated to the sustainable conservation of critical habitat and wildlife. Below are some of the projects in which the conservancy has invested. By donating directly to these projects you can be assured that your money will go straight to the source and we encourage you to visit the projects over the course of your stay to see the difference your financial investment has made.
How Your Money Will Help
$200 – School desks
$315 – Ranger Uniforms
$480 – Fuel for Mobile Clinic Vehicle for six months
$500 – Student secondary school bursary for a year
$2,000 – Primary school teachers salary for a year
$2,250 – Secondary school teachers salary for a year
$2,350 – Student tertiary education for a year
$8,000 – Nurse salary for a year
$10,000 – Black Rhino Sponsorship and Naming Programme, we keep your chosen name of the black rhino for life and you will receive quarterly reports on its progress.
The above amounts are in US dollars.
Borana Education Support Programme (BESP)
The Borana Education Support Programme (BESP) works closely with local communities inspiring the lives and futures of children. Since 2009, over 400 scholarships have been given to students from the neighbouring communities and the salaries of over 100 teachers supported.Make a Donation
If you have room in your suitcase, the below items are gratefully received by the schools and medical clinics and we encourage you to deliver them personally during your stay:
Footballs, Pens, Pencils, Books, Medical Equipment and Reading Glasses.