Creating owl friendly children, who go on to be owl friendly adults, living within owl friendly environments



There are so many challenges facing the youth in our country that the idea of donating to an owl programme in townships may seem frivolous. There are big issues that donor funds are required to tackle - health, education, food security, safety and more. Although rodents in townships impact on food security, affect health and the programme is highly educational, a discussion with a headmaster at one of our participating schools was particularly insightful.

" raises the standard of living for kids in these areas in 2 ways", he said, "It teaches them to nurture, they learn to look after the owls in their care, something not generally experienced by township children, secondly, it teaches them awe and amazement for the world in which they live and the creatures with whom they share that world".

Thank you for your part in teaching our children awe and amazement for their natural resources. We firmly believe that without education, Africa cannot embrace conservation.

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