Munu has been moved, and now Phase 2 begins!! image

Munu has been moved, and now Phase 2 begins!!

In order for Munu to breed, security must be upgraded for females who roam free.

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Your donation would help to ensure we can continue our work saving endangered animals and supporting great people who protect them. Our goal at SEF is to create sustainable programs that have a genuine impact and are scalable.

Munu Phase 2 of the new sanctuary begins: Now that Munu has a forever home in our newly built sanctuary in South Africa, we next need to implement Phase 2. This is the breeding program that involves bringing in females of the same subspecies. But to do that, the security will need to be upgraded, more facilities built for the extra anti-poaching teams, upgraded solar, and more 4-wheel-drive vehicles for the rough terrain. Imagine naming his first offspring after you, or whatever name you choose! Contact us today for sponsorships and larger donations to help fund this program.

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•TUITION: We cover all tuition fees directly with the university, so everything is clean and transparent.

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