Jenman African Safaris is supporting the Conservation & Wildlife Fund (CWF) by donating 5 USD for every person on a scheduled or guided group safari that stays at Elephant’s Eye, Hwange. The CWF in Zimbabwe collaborates for conservation through tourism, running projects in Hwange National Park with a long-term focus on sustainability of communities, wildlife and habitats.

Africa’s wildlife is in crisis

In the last 3 years, southern African countries have lost half their elephant populations; tens of thousands of wild lions killed in three decades, and in recent years, a large number of rhinos poached illegally.

What does the CWF do?

The CWF works together with stakeholders, environmental and conservation groups and local communities to raise awareness and provide tools for the management of Zimbabwe’s precious wildlife resources. This year alone, the CWF has supported conservation projects like vulture conservation, elephant collaring, anti-poaching, borehole maintenance, and drought relief for locals and animals alike.

Jenman African Safaris knows that conservation is a battle that cannot be won alone and are supporting the CWF because we believe it’s important that unspoiled wilderness in Africa needs to be protected. Eco-tourism is a strong facet in our company philosophy, and we want to support projects that focus on practical conservation work in local communities and local wildlife.