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29/02/12

Passion and tenacity! This is what will come to mind when you meet John Pameri, Lewa’s Chief Security Officer. His infectious enthusiasm towards protecting wildlife has seen him succeed against all odds. On February 7th, 2012, John Pameri had his first solo flight.He took off from Oribi Airport in Pietermaritzburg, South... more

27/01/12

Around the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, there are many lives that have been positively affected by its community programme. It might be a child that has been able to go to school, thanks to Lewa’s bursary programme. It might be a woman that has started her own business, thanks to the Lewa Micro-Credit Programme. It might... more

06/12/11

One of the Lewa- sponsored schools, Ntalabany, located in the Leparua Conservancy, recently hosted a tag rugby training and competition. Tag rugby proved to be a very effective tool in breaking down social barriers by empowering girls with self-awareness and teaching them to take ownership of their bodies. Because the... more

06/12/11

About 7,500 children will no longer face the risk of contracting worms thanks to Lewa staff volunteers. Recently, the Lewa Clinic staff, accompanied by several other volunteer staff launched a de-worming campaign for children attending a number of the Lewa-sponsored schools – and the results are stunning! In the schools... more

21/10/11

The 20th Sept 2011 called for great celebration for members of the Subuiga community, who were also thrilled by recent completion of their water project. The Subuiga Community water project will provide safe and clean drinking water to a population of over 4,500 people and in the long run, solve many socio-economic... more

21/10/11

Members of the Kadesh community have something to be happy about with the recent completion of their community’s water project that was officially opened on 15th September. The Kadesh Community water project will provide clean drinking water to a population of over 3,000 people in their community and in the long run, solve... more