Safari Sinclair's Wildlife Podcast

#007 - Nashulai - The Place That Changed My Life - Safari Sinclair Wildlife Podcast

April 30, 2020 Rachel Sinclair Episode 7
Safari Sinclair's Wildlife Podcast
#007 - Nashulai - The Place That Changed My Life - Safari Sinclair Wildlife Podcast
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Safari Sinclair's Wildlife Podcast
#007 - Nashulai - The Place That Changed My Life - Safari Sinclair Wildlife Podcast
Apr 30, 2020 Episode 7
Rachel Sinclair

In this episode learn about Nashulai, the only Maasai Community Conservancy. I briefly explain how this place changed my life before playing sound bites from Nelson and Maggie who explain what Nashulai is and what it stands for.

As Covid-19 continues to change many people's lives, some are being affected way more than others. Our friends in Nashulai - Maasai Mara, have set up a project to help feed 8,000 people in the local communities.

Many African's face the very real threat of starvation due to the halt of tourism. They have no welfare system in these countries so often no work means no food! 
This also poses another problem, no money to pay anti-poachers to protect our wonderful wildlife.

Can you spare just £5 or $5 dollars to help feed a family of 10 people for one week?

By doing this, park rangers will know their families are fed, so they can continue patrolling the land.

Every little helps! If you can, do something good today and bring a smile to your face and someone else's too! 😃

Please donate here: http://www.nashulai.com/covid19 

Show Notes

In this episode learn about Nashulai, the only Maasai Community Conservancy. I briefly explain how this place changed my life before playing sound bites from Nelson and Maggie who explain what Nashulai is and what it stands for.

As Covid-19 continues to change many people's lives, some are being affected way more than others. Our friends in Nashulai - Maasai Mara, have set up a project to help feed 8,000 people in the local communities.

Many African's face the very real threat of starvation due to the halt of tourism. They have no welfare system in these countries so often no work means no food! 
This also poses another problem, no money to pay anti-poachers to protect our wonderful wildlife.

Can you spare just £5 or $5 dollars to help feed a family of 10 people for one week?

By doing this, park rangers will know their families are fed, so they can continue patrolling the land.

Every little helps! If you can, do something good today and bring a smile to your face and someone else's too! 😃

Please donate here: http://www.nashulai.com/covid19