Monday, May 27, 2013

PURDUE STUDENTS AND SCHOOL CHILDREN VISIT AMARA




 We had a fantastic week with students from Purdue University









Amara Conservation = A decade of hard work bringing lasting solutions to elephant poaching and preserving the Africa we love. Purdue University recently sent staff and students to Kenya to study Amara's educational techniques. It’s pretty hopeless to stop elephant poaching in Africa unless you get local buy-in,” said Iain Douglas-Hamilton, one of the world’s most celebrated elephant researchers.


At a night film show at Ghazi,  A big thumbs up guys for visiting Amara! We all were happy and enjoyed the time  spent with you. Jacob Dadi




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