Kenya Tourism Security: travel industry leader speaks out

In a rare departure from norm, one of Kenya’s most respected senior industry leaders gave his read on the current situation. Jake

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Start 2014 on a positive note and sponsor a ranger to attend a specialised course. It is a life-changing event, accomplishing far more than just improving communication skills and increasing proficiency. Discovering hidden talent(s) within has a powerful trickle effect. It not only empowers, but also instils a whole new meaning and purpose to life, development and conservation efforts.

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When I asked the rangers what they most wanted at this precise moment in their lives, they unanimously replied, empowerment through further education,’ for both themselves and their children. Specialised and targeted educational courses play a vital role in increasing anti-poaching rangers confidence, development and effectiveness. In the same breath it simultaneously saves lives as well as wildlife, and undoubtedly represents a far more promising future to the younger generation than becoming poachers.

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Spent the morning visiting kids in the local Baraa village with gift packs from photography4life full of goodies including donuts, books, pens and toys.  This has got me thinking. During the year we will hand out more packs for the children but instead of donuts; the pens and writing books will be accompanied with publications educating the kids of Tanzania about elephants and wildlife conservation. Join us touching hearts.

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