Community Teaching and Wildlife Conservation

Hours per week

Between 24 and 30 hours per week

Published

10/01/2018

Address

194 Baines Avenue
Harare
Harare Province

Zimbabwe

Description

Are you a naturalist or a veterinary student who is keen to see change in how people treat our flora and fauna, if yes then this is your chance to prove your worth and make a difference to a achieve a sustainable environment where humans, the environment and the wild can all live in harmony. Through this placement you will have a unique opportunity of combining community work with wildlife conservation. This programme also involves tasks such as monitoring animal behavior and treating injured animals as well as organizing community awareness campaigns against poaching, veld fires, putting snares and many other vices that makes it difficult for environment and wildlife conservation.This is also a chance to explore Zimbabwe's amazing attractions and beautiful creatures.

Benefits

  • Advance your interpersonal skills in a multi-cultural environment, interacting with tourists as well as locals
  • Support National Parks and conservation work with other participating organisations
  • Undertake crucial maintenance, and building and rebuilding of habitats and waterholes
  • Teach local school children about conservation, and after school activities such as debate or sport
  • Work on an enriching project that ensures harmonious living between animals and humans
  • Veterinary students can monitor animal behaviour and help the Vets treat injured animals as and when required
  • Spend time at the local orphanage, making an impact on the lives of abandoned children, while experiencing the biggest impact on your own life

How To Apply

info@tiritose.org
https://tiritose.org/

Applications are on-going, and you are welcome to apply throughout the year!


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