Alakra supports young Tanzanian women to take control of their lives through education, skills training, and attaining jobs or starting their own businesses. It is a small organisation founded by Royal African Partner Tim Corfield, in Arusha Tanzania.
Serengeti Wild Dog Conservation
TAWIRI’s Serengeti Wild Dog Conservation project monitors approximately 300 wild dogs, mitigates human-predator conflict and ensures the future health of wild dog populations in the greater Serengeti ecosystem. Your safaris with us directly contribute to the continuation of this local project.
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” (Nelson Mandela). We know this because we have seen it from our very own education sponsorship programme.
The Dorobo fund is helping marginalised communities in northern Tanzania to secure the rights to their land because they believe in community-based conservation. They are helping to educate new leaders, improve livelihoods and create healthier more sustainable communities.
Lion Landscapes - Community Camera Traps
In Ruaha, southern Tanzania, they have co-developed a fantastic community camera trap program that is delivering the benefits of living with lions and other wildlife.
Some completed projects
Thank you to everyone who has been involved with these and other projects in the past!
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