Category Community Projects

9 May

Mounted Unit Community Kids Meet n Greet

In addition to our core patrol and rhino monitoring operations, there have been some special moments and opportunities co-created with our community friends in partnership with the Kariega Foundation. In […]

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12 Mar

Volunteer Opportunity – Snare Removal Patrols – June 2023

Join the Global Conservation Force anti-poaching unit on upcoming snare patrols! We’ve partnered with multiple non profits, reserves, and private properties to expand our conservation impact and patrol coverage for […]

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28 Feb

From Intern Horse Groom to Jr. Field Ranger

¬†Welcome to the Mounted Anti-Poaching Unit, Pro!   We are excited to formally announce our newest full time Mounted Anti-Poaching Unit (MAPU) Jr Field Ranger and Rider, Simakele Mlamla aka […]

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14 Feb

World Wildlife Day: How to Save Wildlife through Strategic Partnerships

Join us in celebration of World Wildlife Day 2023 and explore innovative ways that you can take part in saving wildlife from extinction! UN WorldWildlife Day 2023 Panel Agenda In […]

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4 Feb

Mounted Anti-Poaching Unit Cross Training Day

The anti-poaching recruits got to learn about horse care, mounted patrols, participated in several drills to show the advantages of the horses, and put some time in helping to tidy […]

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22 Jan

Community Connection through Pet Wellness

Last week, the GCF recruits were able to join an amazing collective effort to upgrade pet health in the local community. @williamfowlds brought his @medivet_uk guests out, who sponsored the […]

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1 Sep

Global Conservation Force Ecotour Helps Fund Pre-School Renovations

[spb_text_block animation=”none” animation_delay=”0″ simplified_controls=”yes” custom_css_percentage=”no” padding_vertical=”0″ padding_horizontal=”0″ margin_vertical=”0″ custom_css=”margin-top: 0px;margin-bottom: 0px;” border_size=”0″ border_styling_global=”default” width=”1/1″ el_position=”first last”] Another worthy community project was completed thanks to a Global Conservation Force (GCF) ecotour! […]

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