Sustain and Thrive

Sustain and Thrive

Sustain and Thrive, Wildlife & Conservation

Going, Going … Giraffe

By Clarissa Hughes – Positive Impact Co-ordinator World Giraffe Day is a good time to reflect on the status of this archetypal safari species. On 8 December 2016 the International

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Sustain and Thrive

Asilia’s Role in Preserving Biodiversity

By Clarissa Hughes – Group Positive Impact Co-ordinator Biodiversity Loss Is Everyone’s Problem “When we try to pick anything out by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the

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Destinations, Experiences & Activities, Sustain and Thrive, Wildlife & Conservation

Matemwe, Zanzibar : Turtle Release

By Ross Owen – Matemwe Manager Each year at Matemwe, an annual turtle release is planned in April. Our Matemwe team, staff from the Mnarani Turtle Centre, and hundreds of

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Sustain and Thrive, Wildlife & Conservation

Dame Daphne Sheldrick : Her Legacy Will Live On

By Britta Foulis Dame Daphne – An African Icon April the 12th 2018 was a sad day in the world of conservation. Dame Daphne Sheldrick, a national treasure and conservation icon,

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Sustain and Thrive, Wildlife & Conservation

Endangered Species of East Africa

By Britta Foulis There’s no doubt in our minds that you are aware of the problem we face today of many of our wildlife becoming endangered, threatened, or vulnerable. Ultimately,

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Destinations, Experiences & Activities, Sustain and Thrive, Wildlife & Conservation

Chimpanzee Habituation : Rubondo Island

By Britta Foulis Habituation – What Does It Mean? Habituation can be defined as the process by which an organism decreases, or entirely removes, its responses to a stimulus after

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