Life’s work transition

Short leave periods from his safari camp management career allowed Tebogo to test and prove the effectiveness of his pilot Mowana conservation plan. But his part time approach was insufficient to impact the wellbeing of large numbers of Mowanas due to the vastness of the region and accessibility often only by makoro. Locating and pasting Mowanas with followup monitoring and re-pasting is a full time job. After careful consideration he has decided to leave his camp management career, and trade his crisp white shirt for workwear and a life in the wilderness supporting his beloved Mowanas. Continuing to teach the children in his community will help insure the longterm care of Mowanas in his region. CRREAL has secured support for him for the next 2 years.

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