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 Supports the Foundation

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For each reservation at Swiblati Lodge,

we donate 1 euro to DAKTARI

DAKTARI is a school created by Michele (who is French) and Ian Merrifield, located in the bush 50 km from Hoedspruit.

This association aims to educate disadvantaged local children on the importance to be given to their environment by relying on its own orphanage for wild animals. Each week, the association receives a group of 8 children from surrounding colleges.

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Housed and fed on site, they learn on a daily basis, thanks to many volunteers, and through multiple activities, the basics of respect for nature and animals, knowing how to live together, working with animals but also points of general culture and for the elderly, a help to position oneself in the world of work.

  • Swiblati lodge - Afrique du Sud
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 Supports

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For your humanitarian and eco-volunteering missions, choose the quality of the association you are going to help

VolonTerre Africa is a French platform specializing in the recruitment of volunteers wishing to live an extraordinary human and solidarity experience in South Africa.

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The agency was created by Nathalie, originally French, having settled in South Africa provisionally since 2010, then definitively from 2014 to 2017 .. Back in France today, she wishes to share her experiences with you. and his emotions experienced in the field ...

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To date VolonTerre Africa offers volunteering stays in 5 different associations, either focused on environmental protection or wildlife, or on supporting the local population ...

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4 of the 5 missions are less than 1 hour from Hoedspruit, and the 5th not far from Nelspruit.

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For more information on the proposed missions, visit the VolonTerre Africa website: www.volonterreafrica.fr or on the Facebook page: www.facebook.com/volonterreafrica