From the Editor
“In this issue we’re pleased to be able to report on a number of accomplishments this year, from the signing of a MoU with the University of Mpumalanga, to our “train the trainer” workshops, to the development of our skills practitioner master classes and the imminent arrival of our counter poaching pack dogs from Texas in the USA.
On a more sobering note, our Learner Legacy Adopt-a-Student Campaign is still in need of support. Here funding is required to help support bursary requirements for our Natural Resource Management Higher and Advanced Certificate programmes, our SADC Youth Access Conservation and Environmental Bridging Course, our Field Ranger training at various levels as well as our Field Guiding programmes. Students enrolled in these courses are the conservation leaders and implementers of the future. Please drop me a note by emailing email@example.com if you’d like to support students wanting to complete these programmes.
Should you wish to know more about our other training programmes and projects aimed at protecting and conserving our wildlife, we will also happily send you more information if you email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To our current partners and donors; thank-you from all of us at the Southern African Wildlife College for your support. What we’ve achieved so far this year would not have been possible without your valued support.”
Read the full Bateleur Quarter 2 2018