Healthcare, Conservation & Our Future Community Leaders – Land & Life Foundation

Posted on 02.11.2017 by Cheli & Peacock Safaris
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Every day the Land & Life Foundation works together with the communities of East Africa’s iconic wildlife areas towards a sustainable future where communities and wildlife thrive together. The last few months of 2017 will be no exception, with two outstanding projects in two of Kenya’s top wildlife regions;

Wildlife Warrior Program and Retreat

From November 14th – 17th 2017, students of the Wildlife Warrior Program will travel to Lewa Wildlife Conservancy to participate in the Wildlife Warrior Retreat.

Partnering with local schools, the Wildlife Warrior Program provides our youth with the skills and experience to work in harmony with the environment and wildlife, developing the community leaders of tomorrow through education.

Through a personalised curriculum, developed to ensure the students are given practical skills in environmental and wildlife conservation, the students attending the Wildlife Warrior Retreat will be able to observe, participate and engage with nature, wildlife and the renowned conservation efforts underway in the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.

Learn more about the program and how you can help here

 

6th Aitong Medical Camp

The first week of December will see the return of the annual Aitong Medical Camp providing free medical treatment to over 1,000 people in the Mara.

Focused on adult health, family planning, cervical cancer screening, maternal child health, paediatrics and dentistry, the 2016 three-day camp provided treatment to 885 people thanks to the six dedicated specialists who offered their services free of charge.

To assist the communities of the Mara receive the medical care and attention they need, we are attempting to raise a total of $4,000 to cover the costs of the camp.

If you are able to support them in any way please help here