The Zimbabwean association Painted Dog Conservation is a program for the conservation of wild dogs and the education of populations. Their actions mainly take place in the Hwange National Park, but they also act in Mana Pools and in the heart of the Zambezi.
Wild Dogs are unfortunately the regular target of traps, traffic accidents and shootings in the country. In order to help this endangered species, PDC has developed several brigades. From anti-poaching (PDC Anti-Poaching Unit), to surveillance (PDC pack monitoring), to the rescue and rehabilitation of mistreated species (PDC Rehabilitation Facility.) their actions are diverse.
To go further in their commitment, Painted Dog Conservation offers an educational program to local populations. This initiative has already resulted in the establishment of a children's bush camp, a visitor center, collaborative art projects, conservation clubs, community gardens, etc. You can now take part in this lovely cause by making a donation to the association.
Only 7,000 wild dogs currently live on the entire African continent.
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The 5 school canteens benefit 662 children and their 22 teachers. It took 5 years for each school in the program to have its own school canteen.
Record donations for the 10th edition of the Le PAL Nature Foundation with € 74,000 raised and 4,552 visitors!
€7,665.41 in donations were collected by the Le PAL Nature Foundation following the 7 themed days organized in the park from July to September 2021