Educating rural youth in Africa

We have launched an educational campaign which we aim to roll out in several high poaching areas across southern Africa, where poaching may be a community livelihood or cultural practice.

Each school visit includes

A screening of our 2019 film Eye of the Pangolin (we’re currently working on an 8-minute version, to make it suitable for younger learners) facilitated by our education team

An interactive discussion with learners to instil a sense of pride for Africa’s natural heritage, and their duty of care and protection

Challenging each learner to pledge to tell more people about pangolins, thereby significantly expanding the awareness reach

Follow up with every school to assess learners’ understanding and attitude changes

For every R5,000 we raise we can reach 100 children at a school.

View our other projects

Pangolin rescue and rehabilitation

Pangolin friendly farm fences

Pangolin viewing guidelines

Supplying essential research gear

The film