A month with the Community Outreach Unit

During January the DSWT hosted six field trips for schools in and around Mtito-Andei, donated 90 learning desks to three schools in Kibwezi (30 desks for each school) with a generous donation from Aktionsgemeinschaft Artenschutz (AGA) e

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During January the DSWT hosted six field trips for schools in and around Mtito-Andei, donated 90 learning desks to three schools in Kibwezi (30 desks for each school) with a generous donation from Aktionsgemeinschaft Artenschutz (AGA) e.V., and continued to erect the elephant-beehive fence in Iviani whilst monitoring tree saplings donated to the community last year in November/December.

The Trust continues to work together with the communities bordering the greater Tsavo Conservation Area (TCA) through projects which aim to spread interest and knowledge about wildlife and environmental conservation whilst elevating living standards.  Communities living in wildlife areas are vital partners in protecting wildlife and combating poaching, which makes it necessary for the DSWT to establish sustainable relationships with them. 

Here you can read more about the activities of the Community Outreach Program during January: