How I landed myself in the Placement?
Back Home - Real Explore commences now!!!!Home sweet home was very welcoming and the first few days I had to liaise with WWF Kenya who inquired of my report and I quote the mail “I am glad to hear that you had a productive experience in Madagascar. It would be useful if you could produce a comprehensive report on your trip and send it to me so that we can share it with all the relevant WWF offices and staff”.
Taye Teferi, Regional Conservation, Programme Coordinator
That’s not all, so much awaited me back in my country and on my arrival I had to prepare a presentation to a number of Institutions, to start with was Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) whose core mandate is to “Conserve Wildlife for Posterity”, then at the University Mombasa Polytechnic.
Currently I am thinking of ways to engage Youth both in and out of school on an Environmental Programme by raising awareness, educating and sensitizing the Community on becoming a better Conservation champion.
Malagasy fishermen struggle for survival
AcknowledgementsMy sincere thanks goes to all who contributed in one way or another in making this Program a success for me
- WWF International – for the opportunity given to me in the Explore Program
- WWF Madagascar - for accepting me into their country and treating me in a nice way
- Ambohibola Community – for the desire to learn new things and accepting development
- WWF Kenya – for acknowledging the work I did in the foreign country
- Madagascar Consulate – for the hospitality during the Visa Application
- Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) – for allowing me to share my experience in conservation
- Mombasa Polytechnic University – for having such an interactive session of Q and A.
Finally, to all my fellow Conservationists and the aspiring ones, let’s join forces and make a better Planet.
Women in action for sustainable development
Food for thought...
Let's watch over our day to day practice not to compromise our better future’