An update on the WildEarth Schools Project

We are excited to announce that installations at two locations are complete. Hananani Primary School has been outfitted with four new computers and a television to view safariLIVE, and the Dixie community Youth Center has received high speed internet and a television as well.

Conrad van Deventer, Mechanical Engineer, unloading equipment with the help of a Hananani Primary School student.

New computers and television displaying safariLIVE in the Hananani Primary School computer centre.

This ongoing dream became a possibility thanks to the generosity of, you, our caring viewers. As such, we would like to share the experience with you as much as possible. Keep an eye out on our social media platforms where we will be releasing video updates in the coming month.

We’re not done yet, though! We will now be organizing a School Session with safariLIVE at both Hananani Primary School and the Youth Center to help connect these kids and the future custodians of our natural world, with the wildlife on their doorstep.

We will also be shifting our focus to the third location, a primary school in Utah, where we will install an internet connection, four new computers and a television. We’ve already visited the school to assess the grounds and our tech team is busy drawing up a plan. We will keep you updated on the status of this installation.

Thank you again from all of us here at WildEarth, Djuma, Conservation South Africa and the communities this project supports.

By | 2018-11-20T15:02:47+00:00 November 20th, 2018|Featured, WildEarth|2 Comments

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  1. Fiona munn November 20, 2018 at 4:54 pm - Reply

    please talk about Rhino on the schools programmes. We know why you never show them but I’m sure the children don’t…

  2. Robbin DiPerna November 20, 2018 at 8:48 pm - Reply

    So that’s Conrad. Great job

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