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UBUNTU Partnerships

Just like a pebble dropped in water, creating many ripples that spread far and wide. Ubuntu Wildlife Trust aims to have far-reaching effects in the field of wildlife conservation. 

The bigger the pebble, the bigger the ripples.

We believe that working in partnership with other incredible organisations, who share the same mission as ours to protect and conserve biodiversity, we can make an inspiring difference in this world. 

We can achieve incredible things when conservation organisations work together, sharing knowledge and expertise within their field. As conservationists, we are always learning and developing new strategies to help preserve the natural world to enable biodiversity to thrive. 

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FREEME Wildlife

FREEME Wildlife is a registered, fully permitted facility established to undertake the care and rehabilitation of sick and injured wildlife.

Their vision is to be a world-class, self-sustaining, leading rehabilitation facility for indigenous wildlife in Southern Africa, using the “One Health” approach.  With a mission to rehabilitate and release indigenous wildlife back into a natural habitat, whilst maintaining the highest ethical standards and furthering conservation by playing a role in engaging with wildlife professionals, volunteers, learners and members of the public by using their “One Health” approach.

Ubuntu Wildlife Trust is proud to be working alongside FREEME Wildlife to protect and conserve Africa’s biodiversity. 

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