Southern African Wildlife College

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Training beyond boundaries

The Southern African Wildlife College aims to inspire every individual they train and engage with to contribute to the conservation of our natural world. Each student they educate, wilderness area they safeguard, community they involve, and species they rescue from the brink begins with the collective efforts of many. Your support plays a crucial role in making a lasting difference across Africa.

Southern African Wildlife College has helped educate more than 20,000 people from 56 countries around the world by working with conservation organizations, local communities, governments and other educational institutions. Students work in 127 parks across Africa and are responsible for some of the most biologically diverse areas in the world.

The college is registered as an accredited institution of higher education and training, specializing in training conservationists and building a competent conservation sector for Africa.

Southern African Wildlife College projects