From my philosophy of action and experience gained in the work of a veterinarian within
Projects in Africa and Mexico have brought the idea of organizing trips
for young people to the Namibia. The education program called Environmental Education involves in educational programs for
local communities in Namibia (especially young people and farmers) and rescue work
reintroducing wild cats to their natural environment.
Enviormental Education (EE) program run by the AfriCat Foundation is aimed towards young people from different corners of the world interested in the subject
ecology, nature conservation, conflicts between humans and wildlife and search
ways to solve them.
"In the end we will only conserve what we do
love; we will love only what we understand; and we will understand only what we are
The EE program is based on education through direct contact with wildlife.
Participation in the program is also an opportunity to get to know local communities, which derive from different models than we know in Europe. That allows participants to watch things from a different perspectives into local as well as
global challenges. Sensitizing young people to geographic problems conduct to widening of horizons and shaping
responsible and pro-social relationship with reality.