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Giving Tuesday - NAmibian lion trust- Lion Guards
Namibian Lion Trust Lion Guards are out in the field, doing what they do best – protecting lions and other large carnivores from persecution, also supporting the farmer whose livelihood is, at times, threatened by these conflict species.
This past year has been tough on man and beast alike, with COVID and the devastating drought – now into its 9th year – taking its toll.
We would like to show our gratitude to the men and women who dedicate their days and nights to the Namibian Lion Trust & Namibia’s Lions –
Thank YOU for your support.
AfriCat UK 2022 Calendar
AfriCat UK’s beautiful 2022 glossy calendar is now available for order.
Enjoy 13 amazing images including Lions, Hyenas, Rhinos, Leopards, Cheetahs, Hippos, Zebra and more.
Each month you’ll be able to view one of the amazing images knowing that you’ve supported both AfriCat and the Namibian Lion Trust.
£10 + postage.
AfriCat UK Membership
We have decided to introduce a monthly subscription to allow us to communicate with our AfriCat supporters. Our high quality magazine is the first step in this journey, something that has not happened before.
The magazine will be sent out 4 times a year and we hope to build on this.
Getting a regular monthly donation on a subscription basis will allow us to actually know what money we are working with and will allow us to put a budget together, knowing what is coming in each month / year !
To sign up visit the AfriCat UK Membership page.
Since 2014, AfriCat UK (UK Charity Commission Number 1120026) has supported The AfriCat Foundation and The Namibian Lion Trust (Formerly AfriCat North). AfriCat UK raises funds for the various programs that have been developed by the Namibian charities to assist in research of key species, research of solutions to Human Wildlife Conflict, and the education of local communities in Namibia.
We have successfully funded research that has assisted in the better understanding of the Cheetah, Pangolin, Leopard, Lion, and Hyenas. AfriCat UK have funded the building of a school for local communities to improve the link in conservation and education for future generations. Many world renowned veterinary clinicians have based their research and resultant doctorates on the animals and facilities that can be found at the two charities in Namibia that we continue to fund. The importance of this research allows for wide-spread conservation initiatives that impact species globally.