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Water and Energy are precious resources that are too often in short supply in arid Africa. The Foundation seeks to put the best environmental methods into practice in each of our safari camps, from solar-powered waterholes to basic energy conservation programmes. Outside the camps, we work with the surrounding communities to educate both elders and children how to conserve the land while implementing sustainable land-use practices.


The Programmes


Hwange H20 Campaign


The “H2O Hwange” Campaign supports the ongoing efforts to ensure adequate water sources are available for drought-stricken wildlife in Hwange National Park… learn more.

Mambanje Solar Borehole

DSC_0125Mambanje is an impoverished rural community that relies on a diesel-driven borehole for water. Funding issues make it difficult to keep the borehole running, but solar power offers a sustainable alternative… learn more.


Mambanje Lion Guardian and Mobile Bomas

13087573_1040128092721861_5609695661532544334_nMinimising carnivore and human conflict on the outskirts of Hwange National Park… learn more.

Greener Camps

Exterior StdThe Foundation is committed to operating the African Bush Camps safaris in a sustainable manner, and ensuring that we preserve the environment of Africa… learn more


World Environment Day

DSC_4493This is an annual event aimed at being the biggest, and most widely celebrated global day for positive environmental action… learn more.

National Tree Planting Day


Every first Saturday of December marks Zimbabwe’s National Tree Planting Day, an initiative by the Zimbabwe Forestry Commission supported by the Foundation… learn more.