- Click Here For Larger Image - Zara Travel

Zara Tanzanian Adventures (U.S.) is who Bob and Kolleen chose to assist them for their Africa experience. It was started in 2000 by Robin Paschall of Boulder, CO. We solely represent the outfitter of the same name in Moshi, Tanzania, which is owned by Zainab Ansell. Zara (TZ) began in 1986 and offers Kilimanjaro treks and Tanzanian safaris. and is based out of the Springlands Hotel in Moshi.

Over the past 15 years, Zara has become the largest Kilimanjaro outfitter. We put more people on the summit than any other guide service.

- Click Here For Larger Image -Ecotourism and Conservation Projects

Whether it be for pleasure or as a student of wildlife, EcoLife offers an exciting, hands-on, in-depth and educational experience.

During the expeditions you interact with rangers, veterinarians and researchers who are actively involved in projects, giving you insight into life, successes and problems associated with conservation in Africa today.During the expeditions you interact with rangers, veterinarians and researchers who are actively involved in projects, giving you insight into life, successes and problems associated with conservation in Africa today.

- Click Here For Larger Image -African Conservaton Experience

African Conservation Experience has been sending volunteers to Africa for over 5 years and is the original, most experienced organisation for conservation placements in Southern Africa. We are able to offer each and every applicant the benefits of our personal experience, and all volunteers receive individual consideration.All we ask in return is that you share our passion for wildlife and conservation!

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- Click Here For Larger Image -Conservaton and Wildlife Trips, Tours, Experiences, Projects, etc

Go2Africa is a privately owned registered company with offices in Cape Town and London.

Go2Africa is a specialist African safari and travel operator with a major presence on the internet. Our websites allow travellers to find out all about their dream destinations in Africa; thereafter they can contact our Specialist Vacation Consultants who will tailor-make their vacations. Through us, travellers have access to a wealth of knowledge and a wide range of exclusively contracted product.

- Click Here For Larger Image -African Conservation Trust

The mission of the African Conservation Trust is to provide a means for conservation projects to become self funding through active participation by the public. This gives ordinary people a chance to make a positive and real contribution to environmental conservation by funding and participating in the research effort as volunteers.

- Click Here For Larger Image -The Wild Foundation

The WILD Foundation works internationally to protect and sustain wilderness and wildlife while integrating the needs of human communities. To communicate the many values of wilderness areas, as places of great social, spiritual, scientific and economic significance, and as places that inspire the best of human potential. And to catalyze conservation leadership and build conservation capacity.

Our field project focus is in Sub-Saharan Africa. WILD promotes wild lands conservation and species protection throughout the region. We facilitate and implement a range of creative and pragmatic projects that integrate conservation objectives with the needs of local peoples.

WILD emphasizes that the “spirit” of wild nature as a vital component of a healthy society. Our Wilderness Leadership Institute (WLI) offers many educational and experiential programs promoting the wilderness concept. WLI also provides wilderness management training, and produces a number of widely respected publications, including the International Journal of Wilderness and Wilderness Management.

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- Click Here For Larger Image -The Wildlife Conservation Society

The Wildlife Conservation Society saves wildlife and wild lands. We do so through careful science, international conservation, education, and the management of the world's largest system of urban wildlife parks, led by the flagship Bronx Zoo. Together, these activities change individual attitudes toward nature and help people imagine wildlife and humans living in sustainable interaction on both a local and a global scale. WCS is committed to this work because we believe it essential to the integrity of life on Earth.

- Click Here For Larger Image -EarthWatch Institute in Europe - African Fellowship Program

In 1994, Earthwatch first began its African Fellowship Programme to provide practical training placements on our field research projects. In the years since, we have enabled nearly 800 African conservationists, NGO staff and scientists from 25 countries to join 34 projects across the continent. This ambitious programme has been an enormous success, thanks to the combined efforts of our partners in Africa, the research scientists and, most importantly, the Fellows themselves.

The programme has offered Fellows the opportunity to learn new skills, but has also provided a valuable forum for networking and the exchange of ideas between countries and across organisations. Over time, this should help to build the capacity of African conservation institutions through training their staff and inspiring greater international cooperation.

- Click Here For Larger Image -African Conservation Tillage Network

The Network: The African Conservation Tillage work (ACT) promotes and facilitates sharing of information and experiences across sectors, disciplines and geographical boundaries among players and stakeholders involved in promoting adaptation and adoption of conservation farming principles and practices in Africa. This is expected to directly impact on enhancing the capacities and abilities of the concerned players and stakeholders and hence wider and faster rate of adaptation and adoption of sustainable soil-water management practices resulting in higher and stable yields, food security and improvement of rural livelihood.

- Click Here For Larger Image -World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies

WOCAT's Mission is to provide tools that allow Soil and Water Conservation (SWC) specialists to share their valuable knowledge in soil and water management, that assist them in their search for appropriate SWC technologies and approaches, and that support them in making decisions in the field and at the planning level.

WOCAT was established as a global network of SWC specialists. It is organised as a consortium of national and international institutions and operates in a decentralised manner. List of WOCAT collaborating and funding institutions

The WOCAT knowledge base is a public domain, i.e. everyone is invited to share it and use it. The WOCAT network is open to all individuals and organisations with a mandate or an interest in SWC. WOCAT is based in Berne, Switzerland.

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