African Edu-Eco

Program is designed where a Participant in the program sponsors another not so fortunate community member to partake in a 1-month Life Skills Program

About the Project

The project has it origins in creating a means through donor funding by a participant on a month long program to be part of the growth of a selected community member to become aware of Environmental Issues, Conservation Efforts and Wildlife Projects through a Life Skills growth and Orientation Program. This program operates 4 times a year with specific scheduled dates. Each program has a maximum of 12 participants on each program - 6 International Participants who pay for their program and are also are the donors and 6 hand selected disadvantaged community members. The goal is to take two disparate social groups, one wealthy and one from less fortunate backgrounds to seek common cultural and social standings through the application of Life Skills where social inequalities are addressed and balanced at the end of the program. Each program has outcome based learning goals and the acquisition of applicable day-to-day Life Skills. The program is designed to be measured and evaluated from week to week.

Social Impact

To establish a means whereby selected community members from disadvantaged communities have the opportunity to participate in a Wildlife Life Skills Orientation program through donor funding by a participating member on the program.

Foundation Year
Contact Person
Wayne Johnson
Where can you volunteer?
What can you do?
Southern Right Whale Double Room at Alcedonia Seine Netting - Fish Evaluations Coastal View Balcony at the House Autopsy on Dolphin Salt River Having a Good Time Marine Debris Clean Up Open Plan Kitchen and Lounge Elephant Seal 2000 km North of Home Seal Colony by Sea Fish Measurements Tail Up Kelp Gull on the Wing Coastal  Otter Walks Colony Watch Whale Breaching Program Behavioral Observations Close Inspection and Interaction Bathroom En-Suite Close Encounters Care and Welfare Ear Shake Communal Mudbaths Our 3 Resident Girls Volunteer Interaction Swim Time Husbandry Principles Where the Eco-Learner Stays Group Photo Socialising Observations Enrichment Gym TEAM Construction Rehabilitation Process Cheetah Sunset Silhouette Penguin Rehabilitation Pool Clean Out Black Footed Cat Eco-Learner Success Rockhopper Awareness Penguin Water Mongoose Eating Serval Awareness 'Badgie' or Honey Badger Relaxing Leopard Male Feeding Preparations Rehabilitation Week Eco-Learners Shared Accommodation Interior Accommodation Units African Wild Cat Enrichment Ideas & Implementations Daily Husbandry Chores

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