AFRICA Weeks for the Animals
July 29th - August 13, 2017
July 29th--August 13th (Ongoing)
Animal World USA International
Children's Book Donations to African Schools & Faith Based Orgs/NGO's
Animal World USA International is connecting with African schools and will be donating children's books to their schools/libraries. We are sending animal books, educational books and Bibles.If you would like to be part of this drive, please contact us. Info on 'Contact Us' page. Thank you! http://www.animalworldusa.org/
Saturday, July 29th 8:00 pm- til
Love A Bull SA - PITTIES After DARK
Cantare U9, Montecasino, Montecasino Boulevard, Fourways, Sandton, 2191
BarkingMad – Dogtown South Africa » » Pitties After Dark
Love-a-Bull fans, don’t forget to come and support us on the 29th July at Cantare Monte Casino. Support a good cause while having a fun night!
Dogtown SA is a pro-life, animal rehabilitation centre, specialising in so-called “problem” dogs. We prefer to call them misunderstood dogs. We provide them with the best care and rehabilitation programmes, from behaviour modiﬁcation to extensive medical treatments. This includes a full medical examinations, microchips, vaccinations and sterilisations. The dogs in our care are assessed and then an individual training programme is put into place by our 4 internal behaviourists. We aim to offer lifelong commitment to the dogs that come into our care and a lifetime of support to their new families. Cantare http://www.cantare.co.za/
Saturday, July 30th early am
Save the Rhino International @ London Triathlon
*100 miles - London to Surrey*
Save the Rhino International
Unit 5, Coach House Mews 217 Long Lane London SE1 4PR
The London Triathlon is the world’s largest triathlon and London’s only major triathlon in 2016. This year the London Triathlon will take place 30th July.
Attracting over 13,000 participants and 30,000 spectators each year, this iconic event has become a must-do event in the sporting calendar. With a variety of distances, routes and wave categories to choose from it doesn't matter whether you've never done a triathlon before or are an Olympic champion - we've had them all!
How do I sign up? https://www.savetherhino.org/events
Getting involved is easy, simply click on the 'Register to run' button at the top of this page and you will be directed to an email. Let us know you're interested and we will send you a form to fill in.
Save the Rhino International works to conserve viable populations of critically endangered rhinos in Africa and Asia. We recognise that the future of wildlife is inextricably linked to the communities that share its habitat. By funding field projects and through education, our goal is to deliver material, long-lasting and widespread benefits to rhinos and other endangered species, ecosystems and to the people living in these areas.
Aims To increase the number of rhinos in genetically viable populations in the wild To enhance the integrity of ecosystems To ensure that local communities benefit from conservation activities. https://www.savetherhino.org/
Sunday, July 30th and Ongoing
The Big Fix 'Uganda ART FOR ANIMALS
The Big Fix Plot 297, Block 2, Koch Village Koro Subcounty, Gulu District UGANDA
Northern Uganda is one of the most impoverished places on earth, where people are suffering not only from poverty but also from war trauma. The BIG FIX Uganda uses the powerful healing power of dog companionship to help war trauma survivors as part of a program of psycho-social rehabilitation.
The BIG FIX Uganda's Art for Animals project utilizes art as a medium to empower children to advocate for animals and animal rights.
Our program includes a lesson about a topic such as the Five Animal Freedoms and students are then encouraged to educate others about what they have learned through their artwork.
We use all forms of art to advocate for animals including drawing, painting, poetry, singing, dancing, drama, and story-telling.During 2017, our program is engaging students at our 17 Animal Kindness Clubs to design and paint a mural at each of their schools. The aim of each design will be to persuade others to treat all living beings with compassion. Visit http://www.thebigfixuganda.org/art-for-animals.html
Sunday, July 30th early am
Prudential Ride London-Surrey
for TUSK Benefiting African-Partner Projects
Queen Elizabeth Park London E20 2ST United Kingdom +44 800 072 2110
Now in its 5th year, the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 is becoming one of the most prestigious cycling events in the UK. It's the London Marathon of bike rides!
25,000+ riders are expected to participate in the 100-mile event on Sunday! The route begins at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and heads out through London to the testing hills of Surrey's beautiful countryside before coming back to the capital and a spectacular finish on The Mall in front of Buckingham Palace.
86,000 people entered the Prudential RideLondon ballot and only about one in four people gained a place. Tusk has a limited number of charity places and you have the chance to secure yours now! Join us and help raise valuable funds for our partner projects in Africa. We ask each cyclist to raise a minimum of £750 and the race must be completed in 8.5 hours. Our entry fee is now reduced to £20. Please contact
Sunday, July 30th All Day Year Round
Arusha Office (HQ) Sakina Arusha, Tanzania HQ Mailing P O Box 16556
Arusha Tanzania 0000
Achievement: Helping turn the tide in elephant poaching in Africa. in Mission: Help sustain and conserve biodiversity, wilderness, habitats and ecological processes through actions that benefit nature and communities.If you would like to provide equipment to specific projects:
Our ranger’s are always in need of:
-Bicycles -Tents -Water bottles -Backpacks -Raincoats
-Binoculars -First aid kits -Torches -GPS -Uniforms -Boots - Motorcycles
25 Things You Might Not Know About Rhinos
Monday, July 31st All day
The Game Rangers’ Association of Africa
World Ranger Day!
GRAA PO Box 84420 Greenside 2034 Gauteng South Africa
The Game Rangers’ Association of Africa is a longstanding and well established defined community of practice. The GRAA provides support, networks and representation for game rangers across Africa.
World Ranger Day commemorates rangers killed or injured in the line of duty, and celebrates the work rangers do to protect the world’s natural and cultural treasures. Learn how to help the rangers in their courageous battle to protect Africa's animals! Visit official Int'l Ranger Federation website
The Game Rangers’ Association of Africa commits itself to the protection, conservation and, where possible, restoration of Africa`s biodiversity and the continued existence of its wilderness for the benefit of present and future generations. l email@example.com Mobile +27 82 570 7597
The GRAA believes that game rangers should operate with pride, and with passion for their profession whilst promoting best management practices in ensuring the conservation of our natural heritage. Learn much more and how to help the courageous rangers who are putting their lives on the line everyday.
Monday, August July 31st 12 noon- 4:00 pm
Mozambique Animal Protection (MAPS) Society
Mozambique Animal Protection Society, In the grounds of, Faculdade de Veterinária UEM, Av. de Moçambique Maputo, Mozambique
Support us please. Help us help our animals. Also visit our kennels. Stressed out? Come and join us at the kennels tomorrow afternoon for some free puppy therapy. These little guys will make sure you leave relaxed and stress free.
The M.A.P.S. Mission is to stamp out cruelty to animals through intervention, education and legislation. Intervention: When you see an animal being abused to be able to step in and stop that abuse.
Education: 90% of cruelty is through ignorance, only 10% is with malicious intent.
Legislation: To have the necessary legislation behind us to enable us to remove an abused animal and in severe cases to be able to prosecute the offended.
Monday, July 31st Ongoing
Stop Rhino Poaching
We actively pursue this mission in the following ways:
· By seeking out, identifying, initiating and coordinating supportive projects for the safety of larger rhino populations.
· By supporting, wherever possible, existing rhino protection projects which fulfil our necessary qualifying criteria.
· By drawing on the input and guidance of respected rhino specialists and colleagues, while at all times working within the guidelines of the National Needs Analysis.
· By pursuing opportunities, encouraging like-minded sponsoring partnerships & broadening our areas of impact for the greater good of South Africa’s rhinos.
Schools for Rhinos-We also have a range of rhino related things we sell, that we think are pretty cool. Rhino bands, rhino candles, paracord bands, buffs…. These are all available for schools to buy off our Home Page to show your support.
Tuesday, August 1st 9:00 am- 5:00 pm
KSPCA Kenya Books for Sale to Help the Animals
KPSCA P.O. Box 24203 -00502, Nairobi Kenya
The Kenya Society for Protection and care of Animals (KSPCA) is the only charitable animal welfare organization that for the most part works with domestic animals. Hours of operation: Mon – Fri 900hrs -1700hrs, Sat 0900hrs -1300hrs, Sunday and public holiday closed. See and support the wonderful work they do! http://www.kspca-kenya.org/about-us/what-we-do/
We have plenty of books ranging from novels to inspirational to educative books for sale at our shelter. Price is from 100/- upwards. Come on in and grab yourself a copy or two! It will really help the animals and provide education & enjoyment.
Tuesday, August 1st See hours --ongoing 24/7
Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad
SPANA 14 John Street London, England WC1N 2EB
SPANA is a charity working in some of the world's poorest countries, improving the lives of working animals and people who are dependent on them.
SPANA is a voluntary British organisation with the objective and purpose of providing veterinary care to working animals in communities around the world.
FUNDRAISE GIVE TO THE CAUSE SPREAD THE WORD
Help Elderly Animals Sent to Mauritania. Fundraise, Donate, Host a SPANA World Tea Party, participate in Great Runs series, 5Ks and Fun Runs
There are SO many ways to help this wonderful organization! Every gift you buy with Happy Hooves helps SPANA alleviate the suffering of working animals. And with so much to choose from, you're bound to find perfect presents for all your family and friends. http://www.spana.org/Pages/Category/get-involved
Tuesday, August 1st 8:00 am-5:00 pm
CLAW --Community Led Animal Welfare (for Pets)
Location: Garmin co-ordinates: S 26°10.275' E027°51.764'
CLAW is a welfare organization, renowned as the pioneer of community based primary veterinary care in South Africa. Services include: sterilization, vaccination, parasite & pest prevention, emergency care and pet owner education. Pet owners in disadvantaged communities love their pets just as anywhere else. But pets suffer from poverty the same way their owners do. Without the means to provide proper care, pets can be vulnerable to disease, malnutrition and abandonment. Dogs and cats in developing countries are particularly likely to suffer from neglect and poor health.
CLAW Nedbank Florida Branch Code: 190 541 Account #: 190 512 5232
NPO Registration #: 007 416 Swift code: nedszajj We also have an sms donation scheme, just sms "DONATE CLAW" to 48748. Each sms costs R10.
Wednesday, August 2nd Book 1/2 day Ongoing
AfriOceans Conservation Alliance-
Conservation Alliance PO BOX 22436 Fish Hoek, 7975 South Africa
AfriOceans Conservation Alliance (AOCA) was founded in 2003. It is a registered non-profit organisation, governed by a highly respected board of directors, an advisory board, as well as project specific consultants.
AfriOceans "Oceans Speak Out" "Every minute 208 dolphins die in fishing nets. Be part of the solution. "
Swim like a Shark takes place at the AfriOceans Adventure Centre, Seaforth, next to Boulders. AfriOceans teaches 10 young Simonstown School learners how to snorkel whilst educating them about the importance of our sharks, penguins & the oceans.
THE AFRIOCEANS WARRIORS SCROLL
The scroll = 10 issues the children of Africa are concerned about:
-Climate change. -Over fishing. -Poaching. -Marine pollution.
-Improved protection for South Africa’s sharks. -Illegal fishing in our waters.
-Food Security and poor people. -Protect our wetlands & clean our rivers.
-Poor management of our resources. -Compliance & oversight.
AOCA is well known for its unique campaign work, exciting research projects and education and awareness initiatives, and its role in being prepared to speak out for those who cannot. We have achieved considerable success during a very short space of time and considered leaders of shark conservation in South Africa. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: + 27 (0) 21 782 7590 http://www.aoca.org.za/
Wednesday, August 2nd Ongoing
Lasaka Animal Welfare Society(LAWS) Campaigns
Lusaka Animal Welfare Society Sadzu Road, Next to Levy Junction Lusaka, Zambia phone 0966 005 297
Spay Is The Way (SITW) was set up in the States to encourage people in 3rd world countries to sterilize their cats and dogs. SITW donates money to LAWS on a quarterly basis and LAWS needs to raise the same amount via fundraising and donations.
Once the funds are raised this money is used to sterilize dogs & cats in the compounds around Lusaka for animal owners who can not afford to have their animals sterilized. You can help funding this very important project. To find out more and how to contact us, visit http://www.lawszambia.org/
Services Provided: Adoption, Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue, Anti-Cruelty and Animal Rescue and Enforcement, Education and Advocacy, Spay and Neuter Clinics, more!
LAWS would like to inform our members & supporters that we are currently trying to set up meetings with the Lusaka City Council and the Police Commissioner of Lusaka to sign a Memorandum of Understanding between all parties re actions against the sale of puppies (and other animals such as rabbits, geese, parrots, etc) on the streets of Lusaka.
Thursday, August 3rd Ongoing
Painted Dog Conservation
Opposite Hwange National Park Airport Zimbabwe, Africa +263 18 710
Vision- Create a Conservation Model that will make a lasting contribution to the future of Painted Dogs and the lives of the local people.
Mission- To protect and increase the range and numbers of Painted Dogs, (Lycaon pictus) in Zimbabwe. PDC currently employs 55 local people in the following programme areas. Anti Poaching Units, Rehabilitation Facility, Conservation Education, Community Development / Outreach. https://www.facebook.com/PaintedDogsZimbabwe/
Children's Bush Camp Since the program began, nearly 4,000 children's lives have been touched, and parents are saying that their children are teaching them about what they learned at the Bush Camp, saying, "We are realizing the importance of conserving". Learn more http://www.painteddog.org/
Thursday, August 3rd Ongoing 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Lilongwe SPCA (Society for the Protection and Care of Animals)
Lilongwe Wildlife Centre 18 Acacia Road Area 9 (Opposite Civo Stadium) Private Bag 151 Lilongwe, Malawi
Pet Export Facilitation
If you are leaving Malawi and want to take your pet with you, or are moving to Malawi and want to bring your animals over, we can help! We are experienced in all aspects of pet import and export from blood tests to paperwork and transport and have a good partnership with the veterinary department to ensure all goes smoothly. Please contact us as soon as you know you are moving and we will make sure your pet joins you safely in your new home. We can help with animals traveling to the European Union, (including England), United States, SADC, United Arab Emirates etc. Please email us on email@example.com for advice. MUCH More info about the LSPCA can be found at: http://www.lilongwespca.org/
Services Provided: Vet Clinic, Vaccinations, Sterilisation, Exportation and Importation
Emergency services and intensive care, adoptions, more!
Thursday, August 3rd 10:30 am- 12:00 noon
New York State to Destroy Illegal Ivory in Central Park
-One ton+ of illegal ivory confiscated through state enforcement efforts-
Central Park, New York City (between Sheep Meadow and Naumburg Bandshell
New York State will destroy more than one ton of illegal ivory confiscated through state enforcement efforts. The ivory tusks, trinkets, statues, jewelry, and other decorative items will be crushed in Central Park while the public gathers to watch, sending a clear message that the state will not tolerate wildlife crime that threatens to wipe out Africa’s endangered elephant population
The crush is being organized by New York State’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), Wildlife Conservation Society, African Wildlife Foundation and a coalition of leading wildlife conservation groups, with support from Tiffany & Co.
The crush is intended to send a strong message that the United States is committed to ending the trade. It will also draw attention to the plight of elephants.
Friday, August 4th (thru Aug) 10:00 am -8:00 pm
Born Free Kenya -"THIS IS OUR WORLD"
Spectacular Charity Event ' Walk Among Giants'
The Royal Horticultural Halls Head Office 80 Vincent Square
London, SW1P 2PE Phone: 020 7821 3650
Art World Conservation is hosting a spectacular 3 week charity event in August, at The Royal Horticultural Society Halls in London, to raise awareness about wildlife, conservation and climate change.
Talks and lectures will be carried out to raise awareness of endangered fauna and flora, conservation and how we can all work together for a sustainable future.
Amazing 3D Life sized paintings of elephants, giraffes, sharks, polar bears will be used as backdrops to help inspire people to learn more about the natural world.
Free entry Kenya’s wildlife is unfortunately under serious pressure from poaching, habitat loss and encroachment. The Born Free Kenya team, based in Nairobi, oversee a number of important projects aimed at conserving habitats, protecting wildlife and working with the communities that live beside wildlife areas.
Friday, August 4th All Day-Book Time
Be a Cart Horse Angel, Volunteer, Adopt a Horse
Cart Horse Protection Association
92 Bofors Cir Epping Industria 2 Cape Town, 7475, South Africa
In 1995 Cart Horse Protection Association (CHPA) was established, providing vital services and education to the cart horse owners from two rusty shipping containers in an attempt to address the appalling conditions in which these working horses lived and worked. Learn more Visit http://carthorse.org.za/
Today, the Cart Horse Protection Association Clinic and Training Centre, located in Epping, boasts a farrier agency, harness shop, treatment stalls and paddocks, cart repair workshop, education and training room, administrative offices and a feed storage barn and provides services to over 400 working cart horses and their owners.
REPORT ABUSE TO 082 6 599 599.
The Centre provides:
A place of safety for working cart horses whose owners and drivers continue to abuse and neglect them, despite our efforts at education and the services offered at the static clinics
Accommodation for sick and injured horses requiring palliative care.
A safe haven for working cart horses needing rest and rehabilitation.
Maternity care for foaling mares.
Our Adoption Programme is managed from the R&R Centre and we have horses needing loving and responsible homes. Visitors and Volunteers are welcome – Please contact our R&R manager to schedule volunteer times on 082 6 566 599 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Directions can be found on our Contact Us page. Open all weeklong. http://carthorse.org.za/
Vacant positions needed to fill: They are recruiting new Managing Committee Members.
We are adding additional members to our Managing Committee. These are voluntary posts, please email your CV to Holly (email@example.com).
Friday, August 4th Ongoing
Help The Seals of Namibia, (Get new App)
Namibia South Africa
Why is Namibia seal hunt considered the cruelest?
Visit our website to learn more.
"The Seals of Nam" is a global initiative that had its humble beginnings in mid 2010. Founded by well known South African animal rights campaigner, Pat Dickens, "The Seals of Nam" aims to unite interested parties to bring the stench of the Namibian seal massacre to the nostrils of an indignant world. http://www.thesealsofnam.org/ We will continue to fight for an end of the Namibian hunt. We believe it to be unsustainable, illegal, immoral, uneconomical and a violation of human rights as well as basic animal welfare standards. We encourage other organizations to join us in our initiative, to set aside any differences and to put up a united front against the atrocities that are perpetuated on the Cape Fur Seals. If you are an official representative and would like to involve YOUR organization, please do so by sending us an E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, August 4th 8:00 am - 5.30 pm
Eseltjiesrus Donkey Sanctuary -10th Anniversary in Sept!
Eseltjiesrus Donkey Sanctuary PO Box 29, McGregor, 6708 Western Cape, South Africa
The mission of Eseltjiesrus Donkey Sanctuary in the Western Cape, South Africa, is to provide care for abused, neglected and elderly donkeys and to create a culture of respect for all living creatures. For details & RSVP please email: email@example.com
The establishment of the sanctuary has led to the creation of jobs for both skilled and unskilled workers in a region with high unemployment. The Sanctuary is however more than a place of refuge for abused, abandoned, aged and neglected donkeys. A key focus has been an educational component (mainly funded by The Donkey Sanctuary in the United Kingdom) which has a three-fold approach: Classroom projects, Field Trips, Outings and more. See their events.
10th Anniversary celebration lead by the Cape Philharmonic Youth Orchestra (60 talented musicians) with guest appearance by David Kramer. Book the date (Sunday 10 September @ 3.30pm) and get your tickets
But primarily the Donkey Sanctuary provides an immediate and humane response to the needs of gentle and patient creatures that are all too often maltreated and made to endure truly horrific circumstances. http://www.donkeysanctuary.co.za/
Saturday, August 5th 9:00 am-6:00 pm
South African Guide-Dogs Association for the Blind @Wedding Expo
Durban Exhibition Centre KwaZulu Natal South Africa
The South African Guide-Dogs Association for the Blind was founded in 1953 by Gladys Evans and a temporary training centre was rented at No 1, Glamorgan Road, Parkwood. after she returned from England with her famous guide dog, Sheena. http://www.guidedog.org.za/ This 11 acre property today boasts all the facilities required to train both guide dogs and their blind owners. Read all about the organization and how to apply for a guide dog. Visit http://www.guidedog.org.za/history/
Saturday, August 5th 10:00 am-til
Vegan Goods Market & Pet Adoptions
Vegan Goods Market Khanyisa Waldorf School 4 Victoria Rd Plumstead Cape Town , South Africa
Come and join us at our August Vegan Goods Market for good food, music, adorable doggies up for adoption and more! Organizer: Vegan Goods Market
The Vegan Goods Market’s mission is to provide convenient access to ethical, plant-based food and other vegan goods , whilst offering shoppers a communal environment for social interaction with like-minded people. Visit https://www.facebook.com/vegangoodsmarket/
Saturday, August 5th & Ongoing 11:00 am-12 noon Mudbath Hour
David Sheldrick Community Outreach
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust PO Box 15555 Nairobi, Kenya
In addition to hosting local and international visitors at the Nairobi Nursery during the elephant orphans’ 11 am to 12 noon daily mudbath hour, the Trust also hosts local school children, who travel from all corners of the country in huge numbers just to see the little elephants enjoying their noon milk feed, and weather permitting, a cooling mudbath. is program has become so popular that the Trust has had to restrict numbers to 200 children per day.
For over a decade the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s Community Outreach Programs have been vital in building sustainable relationships with the local communities bordering Kenya’s National Parks and wildlife protected areas. These successful programs strive to improve living conditions and educational standards, encouraging communities and the next generation to protect their wildlife and environment. There are many ways to help!
Saturday, August 5th All Day
African Tales 'Save Our Street Dogs' Africanas Month
Zambia South Africa
To date, we have performed/funded numerous mass sterilisation campaigns, carried out by the Animal Rescue Organisation. Through these campaigns, we have successfully sterilised over 1000 dogs, and counting. We’d like to thank Dr Yvonne Robson from Sunnydale Animal Hospital, Dr Reena Cotton from Citi Vet, Dr Duncan Siegfried and Dr Susan Van Niekerk, the Animal Rescue Organisation and African Tails’ generous donors and selfless volunteers.
Donate on website.See calendar information. Please always submit proof of payment along with contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can give you a tail-wagging thanks.
Saturday, August 5th Ongoing
African Conservation Foundation
-Protect Cross River Gorillas & Rhino Conservation Awards coming up!-
African Conservation Foundation
P.O. Box 189 South West Province, Cameroon
Help local communities in Cameroon protect their chimpanzees and help Cross River Gorillas. Only about 5,000 Nigerian-Cameroon chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes vellerosus) are found in Cameroon and Nigeria, most of them in unprotected areas.
Rhino Conservation Awards August 21, 2017! This year, the ceremony will be held on the 21st of August 2017, under the patronage of Prince Albert II of Monaco.
Sunday, August 6th ALL Day Ongoing
N/a’an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary =Wildlife Conservation Volunteering
Sanctuary Farm Frauenstein 277 Windhoek, Namibia +264 61 307 338
-At the N/a’an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary near Namibia’s capital city of Windhoek, volunteers focus on caring for animals in rehabilitation or permanent captivity. Our Clever Cubs School is also based here, so volunteers can also get involved in the education of San children.
-At Kanaan Desert Retreat and Neuras Wine & Wildlife Estate, volunteers focus on researching free-roaming populations of carnivores to support our important role in mitigating human-wildlife conflict.
-At Mangetti Cattle Ranch, volunteers assist in documenting the movements and activities of elephant and wild dog populations so that we can better understand the levels and causes of conflict between these two animal species and the local population.
Environmental Conservation Organization · Wildlife Sanctuary · Education
Sunday, August 6th 9:00 am- 3:00 pm
Jozi Real Food Vegan Market
Jozi Real Food Market Pirates Sports Club, 25 Braeside Rd, Greenside, 2193 Johannesburg, South Africa
Jozi Real Food Market once a month, Vegan market on Sunday! Join us for a feast of vegan foods, arts, crafts and entertainment !
Stalls are still available if you are interested, please contact one of the hosts or email us direct email@example.com This market will take place the first Sunday of every month!
Sunday, August 6th Ongoing
Silver Stream Office Park
1st Floor, Main Building 10 Muswell Rd Bryanston 2191 Johannesburg, SA
ONE is a grassroots advocacy and campaigning organization that fights extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa, by raising public awareness and pressuring political leaders to support smart and effective policies and programs that are saving lives, helping to put kids in school and improving futures.
ONE is an international campaigning and advocacy organization of nearly 7 million people taking action to end extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa… because the facts show extreme poverty has already been cut by 60% and can be virtually eliminated by 2030, but only if we act with urgency now.
Cofounded by Bono, we raise public awareness and work with political leaders to combat AIDS and preventable diseases, increase investments in agriculture and nutrition, and demand greater transparency so governments are accountable to their citizens. Website is http://www.one.org/
Monday, August 7th All day Meet Early am
Zambia Farmers’ Day
Agricultural Society Showgrounds (Near Sunset Stadium)
Thabo Mbeki Rd,Lusaka Zambia, SE Africa
In early August, the people across Zambia celebrate Farmers’ Day each year. The celebration is marked by a National Agricultural show where the expansive showgrounds in Lusaka, Zambia, come alive with farmers, politicians, and ordinary citizens and their families.
There are games and exhibits and carnival rides for children, agricultural demos and awards, performances, food, and more! Zambians are very dependent on farming, with many people using it as their profession. We wish a happy farmers’ day to the people!
Farmers Day celebrates the country of Zambia's agricultural sector, praises their efforts in providing crops to feed the country, and gives them a day to relax from their labors. Governmental officials normally give speeches outlining the advances in the harvest of crops, particularly maize. But average citizens enjoy a variety of sporting events that are held on the Farmers Day weekend. In Zambia there is a Closed Tennis Championship on Farmers Day. Other events include soccer championships. http://www.holiday-times.com/public-holidays-zambia/
CONTACTS : Embassy of the Republic of Zambia 2419 Massachusetts Ave. N.W.
The Republic of Zambia is a landlocked country in Southern Africa. The neighbouring countries are the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the north, Tanzania to the north-east, Malawi to the east, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Namibia to the south, and Angola to the west. The capital city is Lusaka, located in the south-central part of the country. It is the first and still the only country in Africa that manufactures mobile phones. The population is concentrated mainly around the capital Lusaka in the south and the Copperbelt to the northwest.
Monday, August 7th Ongoing
The Giraffe Conservation Foundation
Giraffe Conservation Foundation 26 Grasmere Rd Purley Surrey CR8 1DU England
-Promote the importance and profile of giraffe conservation on the international stage.
-Secure viable, and protect existing, habitat for giraffe and other wildlife.
-Support dedicated and innovative research to better understand giraffe ecology, conservation and management.
-Establish the current status of all giraffe populations and (sub)species to support and inform their conservation and management.
-Identify key threats to giraffe and innovative ways to mitigate these.
-Develop a world class network of individuals and organisations dedicated to securing the future of giraffe. And much more!
Amazing Giraffe Facts & Photos
Tuesday, August 8th ALL Day
Kenya Elections August 8th -VOTE
Kenya----- Judi Wakhungu -leader who uses her power to protect Africa's wildlife She is Cabinet Secretary of Environment. Election is August 8!
Tuesday, August 8th Ongoing All Day
Cheetah Conservation Fund: Internship or Working Guest, Order Cheetah Youth Books!
Cheetah Conservation Fund P.O. Box 1755 Otjiwarongo, Namibia
Would you like to come to CCF as a volunteer or intern? First of all, THANK YOU! Your interest in our program, and your willingness to contribute to our work is very much appreciated. We know that our volunteers and interns see working with CCF as the opportunity of a lifetime, and we want you to have the kind of experience that has a lasting impact on your life. Visit https://cheetah.org/news-blog/ CCF books Chewbaaka and A Future for Cheetahs available now! See to the left. CCF has chapter and affiliate organizations around the world, and maintains an office in Alexandria, Virginia in the United States. https://cheetah.org/
Wednesday, August 9th All Day
South Africa Women's Day
(Public Holiday) Across South Africa
Every year on 9 August we celebrate Women’s Day in South Africa, a public holiday that pays homage to the women of our nation; - the mothers, the wives, the sisters and the daughters who fought tirelessly against the tyranny of the Apartheid government.
Inaugurated in 1994, along with a free, democratic South Africa, the public holiday commemorates a 1956 protest lead by Lilian Ngoyi, Helen Joseph, Albertina Sisulu and Sophia Williams-De Bruyn. To rise up against the legislation that required black South Africans to carry the "pass" (special identification documents which infringed on their freedom of movement during the Apartheid era), approximately 20 000 women from all over the country took to the streets of Pretoria – many carrying the children of their white bosses on their backs – to stage a peaceful march to the Union Buildings.
Cape Town events
Wednesday, August 9th 11:30 am - 3:00 pm
Woman's Day Lunch and Chocolate Tasting
~Hosted by DogtownSA and BarkingMad~
Northriding Square North Riding 2162 Randburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Our most DELICIOUS fundraiser will take place on Woman's Day, and what a better way to celebrate women than with CHOCOLATE!! We will have a yummy tasting of a variety of chocolates, chocolate balsamic vinegars and chocolate spreads - Also, they also happen to be sugar and dairy free! The tasting will be followed by a delicious lunch and decadent dessert which will be vegan / vegetarian friendly :)
Please book and Pay by the latest 31 July 2017. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your spots for our first ever Woman's Day event. R220.00 per person. MEN also welcome. ONLY 54 SPOTS available, so book NOW. The furries need YOU!! Donations of DOG FOOD and BLANKETS welcome. https://www.facebook.com/DogtownSA/
Wednesday, August 9th All Day
'International Day of the World's Indigenous People'
2017 Theme: 10th Anniversary of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
The International Day of the World’s Indigenous People was first pronounced by the General Assembly in December 1994, to be celebrated every year during the first International Decade of the World's Indigenous People (1995 – 2004).
People from different nations are encouraged to participate in observing the day to spread the UN’s message on indigenous peoples. Activities may include educational forums and classroom activities to gain an appreciation and a better understanding of indigenous peoples. Events inc messages from the UN secretary general and other key leaders, performances by indigenous artists, panel discussions on reconciliation.
UN Sponsor: Department of Public Information (DPI)
Activities: An event at UNHQ in New York will feature speakers and video clips from indigenous media orgs. Email email@example.com
Wednesday, August 9th All day
Pets as Therapy South Africa
Pets As Therapy
39 Innesfree Way Constantia Western Cape, South Africa 7806
PAT organises therapeutic visits by pet owners who volunteer to take their pets (mainly dogs) to visit people in hospitals, hospices, retirement homes, frail care facilities, special needs schools residential centres, and a variety of other venues. PAT visits bring company, support, comfort, pleasure, stress relief and stimulation to those living permanently or temporarily in the establishments.
We are committed to enriching the lives of people who are residents or patients at a variety of organisations and facilities in and around the Western Cape and further afield. We achieve this through friendly, regular and controlled visits by accredited volunteers and their animal companions. Become involved. http://www.pat.org.za/
Thursday, August 10th All Day
International Vegetarian Union
122 Vegan Sub-Saharan African Recipes Contributed by Vegetarians & Vegans from Around the World!
Thursday, August 10th All Day
Tanzania Animal Welfare Society
'Teaching compassion and finding sustainable solutions – colloquium gives hope to the donkeys of Tanzania'
Tanzania Animal Welfare Society P.O Box 10268 Dar E Salaam Tanzania
Morogoro is a city with an urban population of 206,868 (2002 census) in the southern highlands of Tanzania, 190 km west of Dar es Salaam. It is the capital of the Morogoro Region. In Tanzania, animal welfare is at a grassroots stage.
Facilitating behaviour change to improve livelihoods was explained through the Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) Approach. This is a way of making sure people understood the hazards they were posing for themselves. It is very similar to our working donkeys situation in the rural areas where donkeys are abused, overworked and have no access to veterinary care. We will try to show that donkeys feel pain and get tired, like people, so if they are living with wounds and abuse, it means they do very little work to support peoples’ livelihood. If working donkeys are cared for and people have compassion, then it’s possible the donkeys will be stronger and work efficiently to help people to earn a better living.
Training animal health workers is very much needed, and we will opt for this so working donkeys can have access to, at least, some veterinary care.The Community-Based Harness Development Initiative for pack donkeys, again presented by people from Ethiopia, is a most welcome solution for our situation in Tanzania. Wounds stemming from poor or no harnesses have been a major problem for 98% of working donkeys in Tanzania. The use of locally available materials for harnessing will help us fight severe wounds, which is a big issue for the large population of working donkeys in the central part of the country.
Thursday, August 10th 10:00 am- 3:30pm by appt only pls
Barking Mad Dogtown "Chip for Cheaper"
Dogtown SA NPO 095-264 PBO 930032491 South Africa
Microchips for your dogs. See website for details! Visit
Mission To rescue, rehabilitate and rehome. Who we are--We are a team of qualified animal behaviorists and trainers, dedicated to helping misunderstood dogs, become the dogs we all know they can be. Phone 076 044 1979. Open daily except Tuesdays.
Thursday, August 10th and Ongoing
Art of Conservation =Conservation Heritage - Turambe
Art of Conservation, Inc. B.P. 4, District Musanze Province du Nord, Rwanda Eastern-central Africa
*Thanks to Julie Ghrist, such a beautiful soul and original founder of Art of Conservation and all the young ones for all they do. Learn more about them on their website. Please help them continue their work.
The Republic of Rwanda known as the Land of a Thousand Hills, is a landlocked country located in the Great Lakes region of eastern-central Africa, bordered by Uganda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Tanzania. Although close to the equator, the country has a cool temperate climate due to its high elevation. The terrain consists mostly of grassy uplands and gently rolling hills. Abundant wildlife, including rare mountain gorillas!
Thursday, August 10th All Day
World Lion Day
Locations of events in Africa are on map on website:
An independent campaign working to highlight the importance of the lion globally and to raise lion conservation awareness worldwide. Started in 2013 "Saving the King of Beasts to Save Ourselves" https://www.facebook.com/WorldLionDay/
In celebration of the world's most iconic species and the King of all Beasts - The Lion.
World Lion Day is the first annual campaign to raise much needed conservation awareness for the 'Vulnerable' African lion and 'Endangered' Asiatic lion. The lion is an enduring symbol across the nations and has fascinated man throughout the millennia. To lose such a species would be to lose a significant part of our global heritage.
Join us in saving this magnificent species and unite those across the world in recognising their importance to us culturally, symbolically, economically and biologically. 'Saving the King of Beasts to Save Ourselves' Visit http://worldlionday.com/
17 Stunning Images of the King of the Jungle-
African Lion Facts!
Ewaso Lions Warrior Watch-
In 2010, Ewaso Lions launched Warrior Watch, which protects lions by engaging Samburu warriors, a group traditionally neglected in conservation decision-making.
Warrior Watch makes warriors ambassadors for lions within their communities, while raising awareness about conservation and advocating for peaceful co-existence with lions and wildlife.
Friday, August 11th Ongoing
Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) Africa Programs
*Expansion of the Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Center...Creating a larger, more natural setting for JGI’s sanctuary chimpanzees.
The Jane Goodall Institute-USA Headquarters
1595 Spring Hill Rd Suite 550 Vienna, VA 22182 (703) 682-9220
The Institute is committed to expanding its facilities to ensure the physical and emotional well-being of the animals under its care, as well as the safety of JGI’s dedicated staff.
With the cooperation and assistance of the Congolese government and other partners, JGI will relocate 60 of the largest and strongest chimpanzees from the existing TCRC site to Tchindzoulou Island, one of the three islands in the Kouilou River. Learn how to support JGI and the many life-saving, community building programs benefitting Africa's animals pioneered by Dr. Jane Goodall! http://www.janegoodall.org/programs/africa-programs
Friday, August 11th Send a Net Today!
Nothing But Nets-Fighting Malaria
~~Send a Net-Save a Life~~
United Nations Foundation/Nothing But Nets
PO Box 96539 Washington, DC 20090 Phone 202.887.9040
Malaria kills. Nets save lives. Send a net. Save a life!
Nothing But Nets is a global, grassroots campaign to raise awareness and funding to combat malaria, one of the largest killers of children in Africa. With a $10 contribution, Nothing But Nets provides individuals – from CEOs to youth, professional athletes to faith leaders – the opportunity to join the global fight against malaria by sending a net and saving a life. Email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 202.887.9040 Website http://www.NothingButNets.net
Saturday, August 12th All day
United Nations’ (UN) International Youth Day
The theme of International Youth Day 2017 is
"Youth Building Peace."
United Nations’ (UN) International Youth Day is celebrated on August 12 each year to recognize efforts of the world’s youth in enhancing global society. It also aims to promote ways to engage them in becoming more actively involved in making positive contributions to their communities.
Many activities and events that take place around the world on International Youth Day promote the benefits that young people bring into the world. Many countries participate in this global event, which may include youth conferences on issues such as education and employment. Other activities include concerts promoting the world’s youth, as well as various sporting events, parades and mobile exhibitions that showcase young people’s achievements. http://www.un.org/en/sections/observances/united-nations-observances/ The UN defines the worlds’ youth as the age group between 15 and 24 years old, making up one-sixth of the human population. Many of these young men and women live in developing countries and their numbers are expected to rise steeply. Visit website http://www.un.org/en/events/youthday/
Saturday, August 12th All day
World Elephant Day ~Focus on African & Asian Ele's
World Elephant Day was created so the world can learn about and act on solutions to the urgent plight of Asian and African elephants. The elephant is loved, revered and respected by people and cultures around the world, yet we balance on the brink of seeing the last of this magnificent creature.
Poaching, habitat loss, human-elephant conflict and mistreatment in captivity are just some of the threats to both African and Asian elephants. Working towards better protection for wild elephants, better management of their natural habitats, better treatment for captive elephants and when appropriate the reintroducing of captive elephants into natural, protected sanctuaries are the goals that numerous elephant conservation organizations are focusing on around the world.
*Watch the stunning movie on home page of their website. "Return to the Forest." World Elephant Day asks you to experience elephants in non-exploitive and sustainable environments where elephants can thrive under care and protection. On World Elephant Day August 12, express your concern, share your knowledge and support solutions for the better care of captive and wild elephants alike. Learn more http://worldelephantday.org/
Saturday, August 12th 10:00 am til
Save the Rhino @ Mudnificent 7
Heart Park, Warwickshire
HEART PARK, HEART OF ENGLAND CONFERENCE AND EVENTS CENTRE, MERIDEN ROAD, FILLONGLEY, NR COVENTRY, CV7 8DX
FIRST HEAT: 10:00 am
Returning on Saturday 13th August 2016 Mudnificent 7 will be in Warwickshire to bring you the best muddy event of the summer.
The Mudnificent 7 is the UK's Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) summer festival. Not only will you get to experience an obstacle course designed by 7 different race organisations, but you'll also get to visit the UK's biggest OCR expo at the same time. Check out the latest footwear, training techniques, nutrition info, plus much more, before tackling one of the most exciting events of the year.
A perfect way to encourage your friends and family to help you support rhino conservation, by putting yourself through one of the toughest physical challenges around. http://mudnificent7.co.uk/
Saturday, August 12th 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Maisha Moto: Professor Mahmood Mamdani on South Sudan ·Hosted by Maisha Garden and Maisha Film Lab
Maisha Garden 9 Buziga Circular Rd, Buziga, 00000 Kampala, Uganda
Join us in Maisha Garden as renowned academic Professor Mahmood Mamdani speaks on the situation of the world's youngest independent nation, South Sudan. Covering the country's past, their uncertain present and hopes for the future, the talk will be followed by a Q&A session.Food and drinks will be on sale 10,000/= entry
Sunday, August 13th Spotlight
Soweto Gospel Choir
The Soweto Gospel Choir was formed in Soweto, South Africa, by David Mulovhedzi and Beverly Bryer, two choir directors. The more than 30-member ensemble blends elements of African gospel, Negro spirituals, reggae and American popular music. The group performed at the first of the 46664 concerts for Nelson Mandela and has since toured internationally several times.
Their albums Blessed and African Spirit won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional World Music Album in 2007 and 2008 respectively. On 7 July 2007 they performed at the South African leg of Live Earth. Also in 2007, they joined Robert Plant in contributing to Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino (Vanguard Records), performing their version of Domino's "Valley of Tears".
At the 81st Academy Awards in 2009, the group backed John Legend with the Peter Gabriel/Thomas Newman song "Down to Earth", a song from WALL-E nominated for "Best Song" that year, having performed with Gabriel in the original version of the song.
The amazing group performed at the 2010 FIFA World Cup final draw on 4 December 2009 in Cape Town, South Africa. See 2017 tour dates.
Sunday, August 13th 10:00 pm
Cheetah Conservation Fund
'Gioielli In Namibia–Predatori A Rischio Estinzione'
Teatro Regina Margherita Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 1 Italy
Sunday, August 13th Ongoing
~Working from Australia to help Zambia children~
Blessed to Bless Inc. PO Box 177 St Ives NSW 2075 Australia
Mission Zambian Children: To help alleviate poverty in Zambia, primarily through quality, Christ-centered education. Vision Statement Our goal is to promote long-term self-sufficiency within the community, by raising capable Christian leaders. We aim to provide quality Christ-centred education for Zambian school children who would not normally be able to attend school. We also aim to provide emergency assistance for those in need, in order to achieve long-term goals. Please visit website to learn more.
Sunday, August 13th Ongoing
Vet Opportunities in Africa - SAVMA IVSA
Sunday, August 13th Ongoing
Zambia Dog Rescue
Zambia South Africa
Animals posted on Rescue Me! are viewed by thousands every day and most find homes fast! See extensive website. Each week stray animals, animals at shelters, and animals from families forced to move suddenly are posted here. The vast majority are adopted in a very short time.
Do you have an animal emergency? Post your animal now. (You can even help by posting animals belonging to someone else, or those at a shelter.)
Sunday, August 13th Ongoing
Animal Rescue Organisation of South Africa
* Eastern Cape. See our fantastic event coming in September on our website-all to support the animals!
Learn more about our education programme. The Programme looks at a number of issues such as:
~ Caring for animals needs and understanding the kind of needs their pets have
~ Fear of dogs and what to do if you are attacked
~ Sterilisation and the reasons why it is so important
~ P rimary health care of animals at home
~ Careers with animals
~ Showing compassion and understanding towards animals
Primary Health includes deworming, vaccination and nutritional issues. Domestic animals need to be dewormed and vaccinated, and dogs need to be dipped against Mange. Deworming and dipping prevents the spread of disease to humans, particularly children within these communities. Anti-Rabies injections are also given to all dogs and cats. Please help the Animal Rescue Organization of South Africa. http://www.animalrescue.org.za/
Sunday, August 13th Ongoing
African Wildlife Foundation
African Wildlife Foundation Ngong Road, Karen P.O. Box 310 Nairobi, Kenya 00502
For over 50 years, AWF has provided support for communities and governments to increase their ability to monitor wildlife, oversee protected areas, and a broad range of other critical conservation efforts. African Wildlife Foundation continues to work with the U.S. government on African wildlife and human livelihood issues. AWF has significantly ramped up its anti-poaching work in the last several years, including activities, such as:
-Providing paramilitary training, uniforms, and surveillance and communications equipment, and motorized transport to hundreds of scouts and wildlife rangers in nearly a dozen African countries, including Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and South Africa;
-Helping authorities coordinate anti-poaching efforts across national borders; Funding canine detection units to sniff out rhino horn and elephant ivory in airports and other transit hotspots in Kenya, with plans to expand efforts into Southern Africa;
-Providing camera traps and other surveillance support for protected area authorities to monitor rhino populations; and Launching a celebrity-driven public awareness campaign in Asia to reduce consumer demand for rhino horn and elephant ivory. http://www.awf.org/
Sunday August 13th 2:30 pm til
T20 Blast For REMEMBERING RHINOS
The Kia Oval, London
We are thrilled to announce that Surrey Cricket is teaming up with 'Remembering Rhinos' and 'Rhinos in Safe Hands' to raise funds for rhino conservation at the T20 Blast match between Surrey and Sussex and the Kia Super League match at the Kia Oval in London on Sunday 13th August.
Tickets for this match are now on sale by going to bit.ly/RhinoT20 and SCC will be donating a £1 for every attendee in the 27,000 capacity ground. All funds received will go to Remembering Rhinos in partnership with Born Free. Pls visit
Sunday, August 13th Ongoing
EHRA PO Box 2146 Swakopmund, Namibia
Elephant Human Relations Aid enables volunteers to Africa to contribute to elephant conservation and our volunteer project aims to reduce conflict between elephants and humans.
Volunteer in Africa. Elephant Human Relations Aid enables volunteers to Africa to contribute to elephant conservation and our volunteer project aims to reduce conflict between elephants and humans. Learn how to help and volunteer in Africa. Visit website http://www.desertelephant.org/
Sunday, August 13th Ongoing
Laurel A. Neme, PhD "How to Help Wildlife"
Author of ANIMAL INVESTIGATORS and ORANGUTAN HOUDINI; Contributor to National Geographic.
One of my goals in writing Animal Investigators was to make the public more aware about what they could do to help wildlife in their everyday life.
The following provides a list of common illegally-traded wildlife products to avoid. It is adapted from the US Fish and Wildlife Service Office of Law Enforcement’s Tips for Travelers.
It is not intended to be a comprehensive guide. Before buying any wildlife product, consumers should consider: what the product is made of, where it came from, and what documentation is required. See website to see how you can help African wildlife. http://www.laurelneme.com/index.php/take-action
Ongoing All day
SOS Elephants Anti-Poaching
c/o Stephanie V. NDAMENA P.O. Box 66 33 N'Djamena, Chad Africa
Anti Poaching 1) Right now most of the anti-poaching teams in Chad are mainly soldiers from the State. These soldiers are doing an amazing job. However there are areas that are not protected and heavily populated by elephants. Our goal is to get rangers from local communities to protect these areas. We want to provide them with salaries, vehicles, phones, and any other equipment needed for the job.
SOS Elephants most notable efforts are to put an end to the slaughter of Chad’s elephants. We have been working very closely with the Head of State himself Idriss Déby Itno , who is very passionate about the survival and future of the elephants in Chad. We are in the field daily working to put an end to poaching. We have set up several goals that we are hoping to accomplish in the near future. Learn how to help. http://www.soselephants.org/
Ongoing All day
Join SERENGETI Watch
Serengeti National Park
Serengeti Watch is an outgrowth of SaveTheSerengeti.org which spontaneously formed to oppose a commercial highway across the Serengeti National Park. It is a permanent nonprofit organization that will monitor the Serengeti and bring world opinion and support to bear on vital issues. Serengeti Watch is hosted by the Earth Island Institute, a highly respected 501(c)3 conservation organization that has earned the highest rating on Charity Navigator and an A Rating from the American Institute of Philanthropy. See The Need for Serengeti Watch. Read more: http://www.savetheserengeti.org/
Four Paws International
Al Ma'wa for Nature & Wildlife
FOUR PAWS South Africa
The Green Building Westlake Business Park 9B Bell Crescent Phone: +27 21 702 4277
The three lions FOUR PAWS rescued from Al-Bisan zoo in Gaza are enjoying their new lives at the New Hope Center near Amman to the fullest. They have already been vaccinated and the two male lions will soon be vasectomised. As soon as they no longer require close monitoring, the three lions will be moved from their adaption enclosure to a larger enclosure, which will become their temporary home for the meantime.
However, FOUR PAWS together with the Princess Alia Foundation (PAF) is creating a new wildlife sanctuary in Jordan. This will not only be home to the three lions rescued from Gaza, but for many more wild animals rescued from bad keeping conditions and illegal trade. You can help---Visit http://www.four-paws.org.za/
How to Help Working Horses & Donkeys of Africa
Please read from 'The Horse' to see how much these wonderful animals need all our help.
Organizations that help these hard-working creatures:
African Grey Parrot Care
The African grey parrot is one of the most talented talking/ mimicking birds on the planet, giving it quite a reputation among bird enthusiasts. Not only do bird keepers love this intelligent bird, it’s one of the most recognizable species to bird novices as well – everyone knows the African grey parrot. Proper Care Tips.
The Africa Bird Club
The ABC covers the ornithology of the following geographic region:
Indian Ocean islands west of 80° East, e.g. Madagascar, Mascarene islands and Socotra, Atlantic Ocean on or east of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, e.g. Tristan da Cunha group, Azores and Canaries.
About a quarter of the world's bird species, more than 2500, have been recorded in this region, with 332 included on BirdLife International’s Red Data species list for 2011, the most recent summary of the world's threatened and near-threatened species.
Sunday, August 13th Ongoing
Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage Trust
~Largest Chimpanzee Sanctuary in the World~
Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage Trust
Solwesi Road, Copperbelt, Zambia
Chimfunshi is one of the oldest and largest chimpanzee reserves in the world and is internationally recognised as such. But that wasn’t always the case; the founders David and Sheila Siddle used to be smiled at for their unorthodox methods to adopt and nurse orphaned and injured chimpanzees. History >
The Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage is sheltering 132 chimpanzees at the moment at the Project Area and Orphanage. At the Project Area, nearly 100 chimpanzees live in four separate communities in enclosures measuring between 19 and 77 hectares each. Chimpanzees from all over the world are rescued from poachers and amusement parks and brought to the Orphanage at Chimfunshi. Most of them are injured and traumatised and need intensive care. As soon as they are in good health, they are carefully integrated into one of the chimpanzee families. Become involved in one of their projects! http://www.chimfunshi.de/en/chimfunshi/chimfunshi/
Sunday, August 13th Ongoing
10 MOST ENDANGERED ANIMALS IN SOUTH AFRICA
The Riverine Rabbit, The Black Rhino, The Pickergill’s Reedfrog, The Cape Vulture, African Wild Dog, The Cheetah, The Northern White Rhino, The African Penguin, Blue Crane,
Sunday, August 13th 6:00 pm-7:00 local time
A Prayer for the Animals & People of Africa
Join in with all of us who would like to observe a moment of prayer for the precious people & animals of Africa. We are requesting prayers from 6-7 pm. This is a multi-faith observance.
Light a candle. Wherever you are, if you can observe a moment for the people and animals who need us...that collective energy will surely grow and bring light to our cause to love, assist and help them from any and all suffering.
Prayer Works. God Bless You.
Saturday, August 19th (Celebrated all month --all day & evening)
ISAR International Homeless Animals Day!
Organizations around the world come together on the third Saturday of every August to raise awareness about the pet overpopulation epidemic. International Homeless Animals’ Day activities often include candlelight vigils, adopt-a-thons, spay/neuter clinics, microchip clinics, blessings of the animals, and heartfelt speeches given by council members, local veterinarians, humane officers and shelter personnel. Please find a way to help homeless animals who need us ---------especially on this day.
Other activities include slideshows, rallies, dog walks, open houses, award ceremonies, live music, raffles, and games. To read about previous International Homeless Animals’ Day events, please visit our Newsletters page on our website. http://www.isaronline.org/
Saturday, August 26-28 early am to dusk
Maralal Camel Derby
Kenya, South Africa
The Maralal Camel Derby is an annual event, held midyear just outside of Maralal town. This is Kenya’s best known and most prestigious camel race, attracting both local and international competitors. The event is a major draw for spectators as well as racers, and the competition is fierce.
Many local professional camel racers come to compete each year. Some of the finest racing camels are seen in town during the race period. The race is a great social event, and the major event on the Maralal Calendar. Both competitors and visitors to Maralal join in the festivities in and around town. The atmosphere in town on race day is electric and entertaining. http://www.magicalkenya.com/what-to-do/events-and-festivals/maralal-camel-derby/
Best Time of the Year to visit Africa to see the
An African safari is a costly vacation, so planning where and when to go are crucial to get the most for your money. Top destinations include Tanzania's Serengeti National Park for zebra and wildebeest migration; Kenya's Masai Mara National Park for lion, leopard and cheetah; South Africa's Kruger National Park for birds and a variety of species; Botswana's Selinda Reserve for a high concentration of wildlife; and Zambia's South Luangwa National Park for leopards. Visit
Click on the swimming dolphins to hear "One Love. "