Conservation Africa Events
Conservation Africa is a series of events organised by SwissAfrican Travel Service and the SwissAfrican Foundation. Individuals who make a major contribution to the protection of animals and the environment in Africa tell us about their on-site work!
Virunga National Park is Africa's oldest park and certainly one of the most diverse protected areas in Africa. The rangers of Virunga National Park, together with Emmanuel de Mérode, fight for this unique park and most particularly the gorillas. Please meet Marlene Zähner who has introduced blood hounds to Virunga National Park and who knows the park and the rangers of Virunga personally from many visits.
|Date:||Friday, 10 May 2019, 6pm|
We would like to invite you to a relaxed sundowner in Zollikon and introduce you to Fabia Bausch, the owner of Chem Chem in Tanzania. Fabia tells us how she and her partner Nicolas transformed farmland in the Lake Manyara/Tarangire ecosystem into an animal paradise and what the challenges of such a project are!
|Date:||Friday, 2 November 2018, 6pm|
SwissAfrican invites you to an exciting evening in the Kaufleuten. Dereck & Beverly Joubert of Great Plains Foundation tell us about their life in Africa and the daily challenges involved with conservation in Africa. Meet two of Africas most accredited film makers and learn about their story!
SwissAfrican invites you to an exciting evening in the Kaufleuten. Jeff Muntifering (Minnesota Zoo and Save the Rhino Trust) explains why rhino conservation in Namibia has been so successful and how the local population has been involved in defending the endangered rhinos.