African Bush Camps
With every night you stay with African Bush Camps, we contribute 10 USD towards the Foundation’s operational costs, so every donation you make will go 100% towards the intended project.
ABCF has partnered with Go2Africa to support Maunga Primary School as part of their positive impact initiative. through our collaborative efforts, we aim to alleviate challenges identified at the school and improve the school pass rate, improve learning facilities, and increase the quality of education for learners in Zambia.
ABCF has partnered with Butterfield and Robinson to support the Female Guides Program in Botswana. B&R will sponsor 2 female guides a year for the next 3 years. This partnership is a great step forward toward our goal of developing and employing 25 female guides in Botswana by 2025.
We have partnered with Steppes Travel who are sponsoring two female guides for 2023.
Through their Steppes Travel Fund for Female Guides, they are determined to give young women access to education and training that will give them the knowledge and skills required to pursue a fulfilling and prosperous career as a guide.
ABCF has partnered with Jackson’s African Safaris to support our projects in Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Botswana.
The Jane Bubear Sport Foundation was set up in 2009 to help people in communities under challenge through the provision of sports kits. The charity is named in honour of Jane Bubear, who was a British international waterski champion who died of cancer at 37.
ABCF has partnered with GeoEx to support our projects in Zambia.
ABCF has partnered with The Conservation & Wildlife Fund in Hwange, Zimbabwe. CWF is a collaborative group determined to give conservation the impact it deserves. Our purpose is to enable communities and wildlife to thrive, supporting authorities to deliver sustainable human-wildlife co-existence.
ABCF has partnered with the Bumi Hills Anti-Poaching Unit in Mola, Zimbabwe. The Bumi Hills Anti-Poaching Unit is at the frontline of protecting Zimbabwe’s threatened wildlife, on the shores of Lake Kariba & Bumi Hills. The Bumi Hills Foundation provides protection and conservation of African wildlife in Zimbabwe through dedicated Anti-Poaching efforts, support of local communities in Human-Wildlife Conflict, and Wildlife Research.
ABCF has partnered with Wildlife Conservation Africa in Mola, Zimbabwe. Through our collaborative effort, we are increasing awareness around wildlife in the area and implementing preventative measures such as our lion guardian program, lion bomas, and conservation clubs in school to reduce human-wildlife conflict in the area.