Our Project

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School Donations

Giving Back to Community
One of the 3 schools that both our Community Wildlife Fund & Lions Bluff Lodge, Tsavo, Kenya support is Latika Primary school. With 3 classrooms and 15 pupils aged between 4 – 7 years, it is small school not too far from Msorongo Primary School. Children generally come from poor communities and lunch is something they cannot afford in addition to the fees. We have supported Latika for over a year on a regular basis and this time donated 100 kgs of rice, 50 kgs of beans, 25 kgs of porridge flour, 15 kgs of cooking oil, sugar & salt. Latika is always most grateful for our monthly contribution 😊. Our Leopards Lair Cottages – LUMO Conservancy Manager is handing over to the teacher in charge.

School Donations

Giving Back to Community
We purchased a 100 reusable, hand made sanitary pad bags and distributed these to the girls of Msorongo Primary School this afternoon! These pads are made by The Olmalaika Trust and offer income and employment to the girls who make them. In turn these beautiful pads, a panty, soap and washing instructions help our teenage girls in Msorongo to stay in school during their menstrual flow. A donation of reusable sanitary pads was also given to the girls of Mwashoti Primary School by @lionsblufflodge Guests Ruvelson Family! We thank everyone who so kindly helped to donate to this worthy cause.

Educational School Trips

Educational Tour

Our mandate is to let children experience and see our beautiful wildlife! as a way to educate the local community on the importance of wildlife & effects of poaching. During an educational game drive in the LUMO Community Wildlife Conservancy, these school children have learnt facts about fauna and Flora that will stay with them! They loved nature and the animals they encountered!

School FAM Trips

Educational Tours

Our future conservationists! Through Sunworld Safaris we have taken 80 children from the St. John’s School in the Korogocho Slum for a “day out” as a reward for their final exams. The beautiful Kareita Forest provided “Tree planting”, team building activities, fun and walks through the pristine forest along with a scrumptious lunch ! It is the youth, our children, that hold the key to conserving our forests, national parks & reserves. For us this is a “worthwhile investment” 😊 in the future of Kenya!

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Our Success Story!

Indigenous Tree Seedlings Planting

Nature Conservation
One of the 3 schools that both our Community Wildlife Fund & Lions Bluff Lodge, Tsavo, Kenya support is Latika Primary school. With 3 classrooms and 15 pupils aged between 4 – 7 years, it is small school not too far from Msorongo Primary School. Children generally come from poor communities and lunch is something they cannot afford in addition to the fees. We have supported Latika for over a year on a regular basis and this time donated 100 kgs of rice, 50 kgs of beans, 25 kgs of porridge flour, 15 kgs of cooking oil, sugar & salt. Latika is always most grateful for our monthly contribution. Our Leopards Lair Cottages – LUMO Conservancy Manager is handing over to the teacher in charge.