The Centre is located on the banks of the Luangwa River opposite South Luangwa National Park. It is a wonderful, unspoiled setting for local children to learn about the value of their natural environment. This education will help to both protect the wildlife and generate sustainable development for the benefit of the local population for generations to come.
South Luangwa Conservation Society
The South Luangwa Conservation Society is a non-profit community based organisation committed to the conservation and preservation of the local wildlife and natural resources in Luangwa and at the same time ensuring and encouraging community development amongst local populations. Set up in 2003 by local stake holders, SLCS now plays an important role in conservation within the Luangwa valley. SLCS relies entirely on donations from members and grant applications and ensures 100% of donations goes directly towards conservation activities
Shanga is a project dedicated to supporting and empowering disabled community members. 'Be Kind and Recycle'. Making quality goods handmade from recycled materials i.e. glass bottles.
The Plaster House
The Plaster House is a home in Arusha that enables children from all over Tanzania to recover after they have had corrective surgery, orthopaedic surgery, plastic surgery or neurosurgery for a disability. It also provides rehabilitation, outreach programmes into the surrounding communities.
Serengeti Cheetah Project
Studying Cheetah in the Serengeti and Ndutu area. Understanding behaviour, identifying individual cheetahs, location, prey preference, territory size.