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**Increase Traffic to Your Favorite Conservation/Humanitarian Websites By Listing Them Here**

We would love to try to fill a wish for your favorite Conservation or Humanitarian Project. Tell us the project’s mission, post their “wish list”, website address, and a photo of the project. It’s quick and easy. What SWD provides for listed organizations:
• SWD connects volunteers, teachers, children & community groups to help raise money to fill a wish for the project --Plus your organization is used as a “tool” for teachers as an example of solutions to global problems. We believe the best hope for positive change is cross-cultural education. By teaching all children about global issues, we can bring hope and awareness to children.
• SWD brings art experiences to poor and often displaced communities around the world by collaborating with selected charitable organizations like yours that are interested in supporting art in these communities.

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Room To Read 
info(at)roomtoread(dot)org
Location:
San Francisco
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Over 300 million children around the world do not have access to education and most likely will never learn to read or write. Room to Read believes that all children, regardless of gender or background, have a right to education. By empowering children through this lifelong gift, we see a world in which people are able to realize their full potential.

Room to Read had its humble origins in Nepal in 2000, where we began bringing donated books to rural communities. Today, we are a global organization dedicated to promoting and enabling education through programs focused on literacy and gender equality in education.

Our Reading Room program provides libraries to children so they can read and to explore. Our Local Language Publishing program allows children to read books in their mother tongue. Our School Room program gives children a safe place to learn. Our Girls’ Education program enables girls to enroll in and stay in school. We currently work in Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Laos, Nepal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and Zambia – with plans to expand so we can bring educational opportunities and resources to children throughout the developing world.
Room to Read’s programs have reached more than four million children so far and hopes to improve literacy for ten million children by 2015. Imagine a world in which every child has access to an education. Room to Read is doing our best to make this dream a reality, one child at a time.

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Cheetah Alliance, facilited by Bonnie Nelson 
cheetahalliance(at)aol(dot)com
Location:
Kenya
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The Cheetah Alliance is a website dedicated to bringing the children of the world together with one another and its creatures. We have members worldwide from Tanzania and Kenya to Maui, Hawaii (our home base).

Through Action for Cheetahs-Kenya, the Cheetah Alliance is partnering efforts to help save the honey bee by raising awareness and also by helping ACK and Prince Sam develop his apiary in Salama, Kenya. By developing the business of honey to the villagers and teaching them proper methods that respect the hard working bee, villagers have a chance to eek out a living in a desolate landscape and stop poaching wild meat and deforesting the land.

Mary Wykstra\'s group works to save the wild cheetah in Kenya, plant trees to reverse the effects of years of burning charcoal and restore balance to a eco system in serious danger. The children of Wana Duma Children\'s Project are also part of this event.

The Cheetah Alliance is joining forces to take a group of twelve women on the safari of a lifetime in May-June of 2011.

Please visit our site if you are interested in helping our beautiful Kenya and its magnificent people.

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IBRRC: International Bird Rescue and Research Cent 
Location:
CA
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From Jay Holcomb, IBRRC's Executive Director:
(BLOG: to read more go to IBRRC (click on the HOME icon link to the LEFT)

Hi everyone. We are very busy here in Louisiana at the gulf oil spill, but doing well. We are washing the very oiled pelicans and other birds that you have seen on TV and most of them are doing very well. More on that aspect of our work later. I want to address a few issues that have come up in the media recently. First of all, let me say that this is the time during an oil spill that the skeptics come out. These “experts” are quoted and their opinions, no matter how ill researched or biased they are, become controversial and newsworthy. I spent much time during the Exxon Valdez oil spill, 21 years ago, and in every other oil spill since then addressing them and I now just consider this a part of the politics of an oil spill...


How well do birds survive in the wild when they have been oiled and rehabilitated?

Recent studies (a few of which are listed below) indicate that birds can be successfully rehabilitated and returned to the wild, where many survive for years and breed.

Our Wish is to save birds. Please donate directly to our website. Follow the link provided to the LEFT. Thank you.

What gives IBRRC, and Tri-State Bird Rescue, the best chance to make a difference to threatened species during oil spills is the year-round dedication to saving individual lives that has been at the heart of our mission for nearly 40 years. This approach has helped us to develop teams of trained animal care and oiled wildlife professionals that understand the intricacies of this specific field of rehabilitation and continually strive to improve our techniques as well as build a more comprehensive scientific picture of our work over time.

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India's Nature Conservation Foundation 
ncf(at)ncf-india(dot)org
Location:
Mysore, India
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The Nature Conservation Foundation is a non-governmental wildlife conservation and research organization based in Mysore, India. We promote the use of science for wildlife conservation in India. We have many project but one of our most important one's is fostering coexistence human-elephant relationships in the anamalai hills:

In the 19th century, human activity impacted less than a fifth of the planet’s land area; a mere two hundred years later, we have brought more than 95% of earth’s landmass under our dominion. Trapped between shrunken, degraded habitats and human-occupied landscapes, wide-ranging animals like the Asian elephant have been pushed into conflict with people. Persecution by affected people and the decline of suitable habitats threaten the long-term survival of elephants. Understanding the ecological and behavioral adaptations of elephants to altered landscapes and the relationships between elephant activity, spatial configuration of human settlements along movement routes, and the effects of people on elephant behaviour are crucial for resolving conflicts and fostering coexistence.

Conflict resolution is especially critical in areas close to wildlife sanctuaries as wildlife seldom recognize administrative boundaries.
Large mammals such as elephants have been using this plateau historically and continue to use the plateau to move between the surrounding protected areas. Our surveys indicated that elephants tended to avoid human habitations and significantly preferred natural vegetation, natural vegetation edge with monoculture plantation habitats, and Eucalyptus plantations for their movement across the plantation landscape. The elephant use of the plateau was highest between the months of October and February, a relatively dry season, consequently with many incidents of damage to property and conflict.

Most incidents of conflict involve damage to buildings and noon-meal centres at local schools, which store rice and lentils. The project identified several measures to reduce conflict and increase the potential for coexistence between people and elephants. This includes measures such as protection of the riverine vegetation along the movement route and all remnant forest patches on private lands, retention of vegetation cover for at least 30 m on either side of streams and rivers, changes in the patterns of storage and distribution of rice and provisions, insurance of buildings, physical barriers in select places, improved communication and awareness about elephants, and prevention of harassment. Efforts are on to implement measures jointly with local plantation companies and the Forest Department, and involving the media in raising awareness about elephant behaviour and movement patterns.

For more information visit our website and support us by donation.

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Wateraid For Mozambique -Feliciano dos Santos, Dir 
Location:
Mozambique.
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My role as Director is a varied one. On a typical day, I could be doing anything from attending meetings, checking budgets and planning with my colleagues, to do fundraising for the organization or writing proposals and reports.

A woman collects dirty water for drinking in Mozambique
In Mozambique 57% of people don't have access to safe water and instead rely on dirty sources like the one pictured here.

In Mozambique, less than half the population has a clean, safe place to go the toilet. In urban areas, around 47% of people have access to sanitation but in rural areas this falls to just 39%.

Estamos works in three districts in Niassa province and in three peri-urban areas around the capital Maputo. We build composting latrines and educate communities about the importance of adequate sanitation and hygiene.

The lives of those in the communities where we work have improved a lot. For example, we've seen a significant reduction in cholera in Maputo's peri-urban areas - and in Niassa, we've had five full years without a single reported case of cholera.

OUR WISH IS OUR MISSION ...
WaterAid transforms lives by improving access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation in the world's poorest communities. We work with partners and influence decision-makers to maximise our impact.

Be our partner and donate!

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EVERY CHILD IS OUR CHILD Facilitator: Bruce Knott 
karenmm(at)sbcglobal(dot)net
Location:
Krobo, Ghana/Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office 777 UN Plaza Suite 7G New York NY 10017 p.
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More than 14 million children under 15 in Africa have lost one or both parents to AIDS. According to the United Nations, that number will rise to at least 35 million children by the year 2010. The scope of this human tragedy is overwhelming. What can one person, or one congregation, do? Plenty! We, UU-UNO members, have begun by making these children our priority.

As part of UU-UNO mission, Every Child is Our Child Program focuses on children made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS and works toward achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of universal primary education, fighting HIV/AIDS, reducing hunger and poverty, and promoting gender equality. This effort is guided by our partnership with the Queen Mothers Association in the Manya Krobo region of Eastern Ghana.

Because of your support, we were able to greatly expand the Every Child is Our Child Program in 2009, giving opportunity to a group of 160 children who have lost one or both parents to HIV/AIDS to attend school in Manya Krobo, Ghana.

our wish--- Is for people like you to help by contributing to Every Child is Our Child Program:

US$120/ CAN$135 provides support for a year’s education for one child

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INTERNATIONAL CRANE FOUNDATION 
trackingcranes(at)savingcranes(dot)org
Location:
China, Russia & Africa. BASED in USA, WI
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ICF's education activities are closely connected with ambitious and effective conservation programs for cranes and wetlands in the many countries where ICF works. Through these programs, educators have the opportunity to cross cultural and political boundaries through a shared concern for the future of cranes and our environment. The Children's International Art Exchange helps promote understanding among students of different cultures, and shares the beauty of cranes and the value of healthy ecosystems needed to sustain people and cranes.

WAYS TO HELP US:

THE ONE HELPS ONE PROGRAM was developed by ICF to support education for young women in rural CHINA. The program was initiated in 1998 at the Cao Hai Nature Reserve in southwestern China. The reserve is an important wintering area for the threatened Black-necked Crane and is home to over 30,000 people, who live in one of the poorest regions in China. Due to poverty, many young women in rural areas like Cao Hai must drop out of school to help support their families. Through the One Helps One program, students are paired with a sponsor, who provides an annual donation to cover their school costs, including books, supplies and uniforms.

THREE WHITE CRANES, TWO FLYWAYS, ONE WORLD
As a global family of birds, cranes offer a unique opportunity for teachers to combine the study of cranes with learning about diverse cultures and countries. Through Three White Cranes, Two Flyways, One World, we invite you to join us in an exciting education project to link classrooms in the United States with students in eastern China and Russia that are also learning about cranes and their conservation. Thank you.
:flyaway:

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The Bond Street Theatre: International Outreach 
info(at)bondst(dot)org
Location:
Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bosnia, Kosovo, Brazil, Colombia & elsewhere. BASED in NYC, USA
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Bond Street Theatre utilizes the performing arts to provide joy and laughter, educational enrichment, trauma relief, post-conflict rehabilitation and cultural stimulation as a path to peace.

The company works directly with disadvantaged communities and collaborates with local artists as a means to promote cross-cultural understanding. We create educational and artistic programs for refugee camps, theatres, universities, schools, and centers for women and children.

The company works in Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bosnia, Serbia, Kosovo, Bulgaria, Albania, Romania, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela, Israel, Indonesia, China, Japan and elsewhere.

WISH: Volunteers to work with us.
Please support us by donating.
We have been called: Ambassadors for Peace, Armed with Slapstick!

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NACION COFAN DEL ECUADOR  
coordinationfsc(at)gmail(dot)com
Location:
Ecuador
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To date, the Cofán have secured the rights to approximately one million acres of our ancestral territory that are now protected as indigenous ancestral territory through agreements with the Ecuadorian Ministry of the Environment and within the National System of Protected Areas. We live in ten communities in Northeastern Ecuador, scattered from high cloud and montane forests down to tropical rain forests. The Cofán are currently working on creating a conservation corridor between the Cofan Bermejo and Cayambe Coca Ecological reserves.

Our ecotourism is geared to showing you the marvelous world of the Amazon rain forest from our Cofan cultural perspective. Your guides are Cofan men and women who have lived in this environment all their lives, and understand it intimately. You become part of the village as you sleep in our comfortable thatch roofed huts, travel in our long canoes, and eat our typical foods.

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Samburu Indigenous People of Northern Kenya 
info(at)kenyalions(dot)org
Location:
Kenya
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The Samburu people who live in the far northern reaches of Kenya are a pastoral nomadic tribal community with a livestock-based economy and a great cultural richness. They are related to the Maasai, sharing many customs and a common language known as Maa. Most dress traditionally in bright red cloth or leather and wear beaded jewelry. Social groups are divided by gender and age set. The moran, or young “warriors”, live separately from the rest of the community and are responsible for protecting the community, as well as herding cattle. They have lived sustainably with their environment for thousands of years, with the lightest possible carbon footprint.

Today, the both the Samburu cultural heritage and their natural environment is threatened by development and globalization. Their lives are unknowingly being impacted by consumption and development half a world away. Climate change and other factors have changed habitats, increased the severity and frequency of droughts, which has impacted availability of their food and water resources. By sharing their culture and knowledge of the bush, they hope to preserve their culture and pass on their understanding of their environment to future generations. Our work at KARE helps preserve the cultural and natural heritage of this area while providing the people of this region with much-needed food and water security, education and health care.

At KARE, we value and respect local cultures, traditions and lifestyles and believe that all people have a righo basic needs such as food, clean water, security, health care, education, and a healthy environment; and that they also have a right to choose their own path and the lifestyle they treasure and are entitled to live. Since 2004, we have provided the tools, advocacy, and resources for local communities to develop implement, and run these programs.

We strive to ‘Leave No Cultural Footprint’, while working to provide the resources and opportunities for people to help themselves, advocate for their basic human rights and safety, and help empower them to provide for their own needs, which allows them to survive and thrive in a rapidly changing world preserving their cultural heritage.

Wish List: Help us to accomplish our mission by donating. Help us protect the Samburu People.

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Global Response:Environmental Action & Education 
action(at)globalresponse(dot)org
Location:
Worldwide. Based In Cambridge, MA USA
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“The Earth is not dying - it is being killed. And the people who are killing it have names and addresses.” —Utah Phillips

GLOBAL RESPONSE MERGES WITH CULTURAL SURVIVAL and now have Cultural Survival Global Response Programs!

For nearly 40 years Cultural Survival has partnered with Indigenous Peoples around the world to help them defend their lands, languages, and cultures. We publicize their issues through our award-winning publications, we mount letter-writing campaigns and other advocacy efforts to stop abuses of their rights, and we work on the ground in Indigenous communities, always at their invitation. Our board of directors includes some of the world's preeminent Indigenous leaders, and our staff, headed by a renowned human rights lawyer, includes both Indigenous and non-Indigenous members. Our headquarters is in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and we have satellite offices in Guatemala and Colorado. Cultural Survival has received a four-star rating from Charity Navigator for outstanding fiscal responsibility, and we have consultative status with the United Nations.

WISH LIST
PLEASE, SPREAD THE WORD:
Indigenous Peoples and their issues are all but invisible to many people, and that allows governments and corporations to abuse their rights. One of the best things you can do to help Indigenous Peoples is to tell others about them. You can host a Cultural Survival house party, pass our literature to your friends, or send a link to our site. You can also use your FaceBook, MySpace, Twitter, and other social networking accounts to spread the word.

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LION CONSERVATION FUND 
info(at)kenyalions(dot)org
Location:
Kenya
Saturday, 20. February 2010 21:57 Host: c-71-204-143-252.hsd1.ca.comcast.net Write a comment Send E-mail

Lions once roamed much of the African continent, but recent studies suggest that lion populations may have decreased nearly 90% in just one past decade, with fewer than 20,000 remaining in just a handful of countries.The Lion Conservation Fund (LCF) supports projects that will determine the distribution and abundance of African lions in areas of great global conservation importance. We are committed to supporting conservation and research initiatives to better our understanding of lion behavior, ecology, and biology. We are also working to protect the habitats of these magnificent animals while improving the lives of people sharing habitat with lions in Africa.

Because of recent declines in lion populations, it’s important to study and protect lions across the continent. Lions vary greatly in behavior, social structure, and morphology across locations, making it necessary to observe and survey them in all habitats where they’re found. By learning more about lion behavior, biology, and ecology, we can better understand the regulatory mechanisms affecting them and use this information to establish sound conservation strategies.

WISH LIST
An eco-friendly alternative to traditional gifts! You can support research, conservation and habitat restoration with a unique and meaningful lion “adoption” or donation in the name of a friend, client, or loved one. Make A Gift Donation of any amount and your friend, loved one or client will be sent a card acknowledging the unique gift of saving wild lives.

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Central Asia Institute, Greg Mortenson 
Location:
Pakistan, Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan and parts of Mongolia
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Peace and Hope Begin With Education: One Child At A Time

We serve remote underserved mountain communities. Central Asia Institute community projects are in remote communities of northern Pakistan, Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan and the steppes of Mongolia. The terrain varies from the highest consolidation of high peaks in the world to miles of high desert plateau. Most of our community-based projects are in the Karakoram Mountains of Pakistan, and the Pamir and Hindu Kush Mountains of Afghanistan. Very few organizations serve the remote areas where we work. Our mission to promote education and literacy in Pakistan and Afghanistan by building schools. We believe in the parable: “Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach him to fish and he will eat for a lifetime.”

Please visit our website and learn more about us.
www.ikat.org


For US Teachers:
Our Pennies for Peace Program (P4P) educates American children about the world beyond their experience and how they can make a positive impact on a global scale, one penny at a time. It teaches children the rewards of sharing and working together to bring hope and education opportunities to the children in Pakistan and Afghanistan. A penny in the United States is virtually worthless, but overseas a penny buys a pencil and opens the door to literacy.
www.penniesforpeace.org

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Wildlife Care Center of Belize, Robin Brockett 
wildlifecarecenter(at)yahoo(dot)com
Location:
Belize
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The Wildlife Care Center of Belize was established in 1998 and became a non-profit in 2000. Working in collaboration with the Belize Forest Department, confiscated and rescued black howler monkeys are rehabilitated and released back into the wild and monitored. The success of the program led to a similar project in development for black-handed spider monkeys. The Center's goals are to incorporate conservation, research, animal welfare and education in its objectives of providing a permanent sanctuary for non-releasable monkeys, continuation of rehabilitation and release programs for confiscated monkeys, and public awareness programs aimed at reducing the illegal trade in wildlife species.

WISH LIST:
The most immediate and urgent need is to raise funds to purchase a used vehicle which the Center has been without since 2003. Reliable transportation is needed to rescue and transport animals, attend meetings, purchase supplies, and evacuate in the event of fire, flood or hurricanes.

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Cetacean Alliance 
Location:
Mediterranean sea
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Cetacean Alliance is about making the Mediterranean Sea a safe and healthy home for cetaceans.

What can we do to help ensure a future for whales and dolphins and make the Mediterranean Sea a better place? As individuals, we can do a lot. Individual choices make a difference and all of us can do something. Check out the wishes below and see what you can do.

OUR WISH LIST:
*As voters, you can empower sensible politicians and support those who advocate sustainable fisheries and marine protected areas.
*As consumers, you can influence the markets and buy responsibly.
*As committed citizens, you can join environmmental organizations and support initiatives for marine conservation.
*Prefer sustainable seafood and avoid eating large Mediterranean predators like swordfish, tuna and sharks. Consider the implications of buying fish when capture may involve detrimental fishing methods or ecosystem damage.
*Recycle paper, glass and whatever can be re-used.
*Try to reduce waste and limit consumption.
*Love and respect all animals, not only whales and dolphins. Every living being has its place and function in nature. Every form of life is a masterpiece that deserves your interest and appreciation.

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.
Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.
- Margaret Mead

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BOS International: Orangutan Sanctuary in Borneo. 
Borneo_Orangutan_Survival(at)mail(dot)vresp(dot)com
Location:
Borneo
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This is a photo of John, an oragutan that has a bullet lodged in his spine. One leg is withered and useless. He will need care from BOS for the rest of his life.
It’s a profound moment when you look into the eyes of a caged orangutan. Some are caged to protect them from terrible abuse. Some are caged because their mothers have been slaughtered and they can’t survive alone. Like everyone at BOS, I long to see them uncaged, back in the wild. Your support can make this happen. Thank you.
WISH LIST:
£10 towards the sedative and transport cage needed to relocate the orangutan safely
£20 towards the manpower and additional equipment required for the operation
£50 towards transportation costs for the orangutan

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The Last Ocean 
david(at)lastocean(dot)com
Location:
Antarctica, Ross Sea Ecosystem
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The Ross Sea is recognized as the most pristine open-ocean ecosystem left on earth. In essence, the Ross Sea is the last ocean.

Overwhelming evidence suggests that over-fishing has profoundly damaged most, if not all the rest of the world’s marine ecosystems. Estimates are that we’ve eaten 90% of the world’s top predatory fish, finned 95% of the world’s sharks, and harpooned 90% of the great whales.
The oceans are in serious trouble.


To create the change needed to protect this place, the public must weigh in.
WE ALL must weigh in. The Ross Sea story is not just about science, not just about the incredible organisms that live at the edge of the world. It is a story of interconnected communities. It is our story. It is the story of our struggle to become sustainable. And if enough of us speak up we may be able to write the next chapter.

Our Wish is:

For People To Join: FORSE

Friends Of Ross Sea Ecosystem
Copy and Paste the link below and join us in the effort to protect the Ross Sea. It's free.Thank you.

http://www.lastocean.com/community/join_forse/read/

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Sheldrick's Orphaned BlacK Rhino-tiniest ever seen 
re-h(at)africaonline(dot)co(dot)ke
Location:
Nairobi, Kenya
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He was literally only a day or two old when he was found by a Ranger of the same name during a routine patrol of the Sanctuary on the 18th of December - a tiny bundle that looked more like a baby warthog than a rhino with no sign of a mother anywhere near. He was left for a day to see if his mother would retrn, but by evening the calf was very weak, so Ranger Maalim carried him back to the Ranger Base. It was requested that we take over the little rhino, to save his life and also requested that he be named “Maalim” in honour of the Ranger responsible for rescuing him.He was literally only a day or two old when he was found by a Ranger of the same name during a routine patrol of the Sanctuary on the 18th of December - a tiny bundle that looked more like a baby warthog than a rhino with no sign of a mother anywhere near. He was left for a day to see if his mother would retrn, but by evening the calf was very weak, so Ranger Maalim carried him back to the Ranger Base and alerted the Senior Warden Tsavo East who in turn got a message to us that a rhino calf was in urgent need of the Trust’s help and input. It was requested that we take over the little rhino, to save his life and also requested that he be named “Maalim” in honour of the Ranger responsible for rescuing him. In two years the Rhino will be full grown...SWD visited this incredible little guy and you can help foster care directly through Sheldrick's website or make a general donation through this website.

WISH LIST
$50 TO HELP FOSTER-CARE THIS CUTE BABY RHINO

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Sheldrick's Orphaned Baby Elephants 
re-h(at)africaonline(dot)co(dot)ke
Location:
Nairobi, Kenya
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A tiny newborn elephant is orphaned, often its mother and family gunned down to serve the Ivory trade, its life support gone; any survivors fleeing in terror; its fate now suffering and death in hopeless and lonely isolation it cannot understand. For an elephant, the family is all important; its very existence dependent upon its mother's milk for the first two years of life and a life that should span three score years and ten, equivalent to that of man. In a perfect world that elephant life would be filled with fun and joy through the companionship of friends and a close-knit and loving family, whose love is pure and unconditional all the days of its life.
"Please help us help an orphaned elephant by fostering one of the orphans
directly through our website as a gift of life" Daphne Sheldrick
OR If you don't want to foster-care please make a general donation directly through this website. 100% of all donations goes directly to help the baby elephants.
WISH LIST:
$50 TO FOSTER-CARE A ORPHANED
BABY ELEPHANT

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Wana Duma Children's Project / Susanne Garrison 
Location:
Gilgil, Kenya
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Wana Duma means “Cheetah Children” in Swahili. We believe that an education holds the key to a healthy adulthood. The Wana Duma Children’s Project is dedicated to removing barriers that children in Kenya encounter which impede their access to education.

Specifically the Wana Duma Children’s Project identifies the stumbling blocks that are present for each of the children enrolled in the program. Areas such as food, housing, clothing, transportation, tuition, books and supplies are assessed individually and a practical solution offered. Our goal is to have every child that is enrolled in WDCP become a healthy, educated adult who can go into the community and continue to spread the mission of providing opportunities for education for the next generation. Saveworlddraw.org visited Wana Duma and did an art project with the kids there. We believe in these students and the wonderful work Susanne and Susan are doing there. Please support them and make a wish come true. Thank you.

WISH LIST
A small amount of money can go along ways in Kenya. We need money for:
(Any amount) for food,clothing & shoes.
$100 towards tuition and books.
$100 start-up money for jobs.

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Action For Cheetahs, Mary Wykstra, Director 
Location:
Nairobi, Kenya
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Action For Cheetahs, Kenya
ACK aims to promote the conservation of cheetahs through research, awareness and community participation in Kenya.

WISH LIST
$100 FIRST AID KITS for field work.
$100 STARTUP BEE HIVES KITS.
$500 TOWARDS SOLAR PANELS
$1000 LG WATER CATCH FOR RUNOFF FROM TENTS

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DARAJA ACADEMY / Jason and Jenni Doherty 
Location:
Near Nanyuki, Kenya
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Daraja Academy is the first free secondary school in all of East Africa. Daraja Academy is located 4 hours north of Nairobi, and 25 kilometers outside of Nanyuki. On March 9th 2009 twenty-five girls from all over Kenya started classes at Daraja. They now have a chance for a secondary education which would otherwise not be possible given their current economic situation. These girls are from extremely poor areas of Kenya.

Daraja means bridge and you are Daraja. Saveworlddraw.org visited Daraja the first week of classes and we believe in these students and the wonderful staff at this school. Please support them and make a wish come true. Thank you.

WISH LIST
$547 for Meals for one student/one year
$440 for An Udderly Perfect COW
$92 for Compost
$71 for Microscope
$66 for planting Trees
$45 fro Art Supplies
$30 for Six Healthy Laying Hens
$28 for Vegetable Seeds for a Garden

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COLOMBIAN CARIBBEAN FELIDS CONSERVATION PROJECT 
jfgonzalezmaya(at)gmail(dot)com
Location:
CARIBBEAN COAST, COLOMBIA
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Colombian caribbean is one of the most threatened regions of the country, due mainly to its past and permanent pressure for resource exploitation, social-armed conflict and low governmental control. However, it also represents one of the key stone steps in the entire continent continuity and wildlife corridor. It also represents one of the most important cultural areas, where, only in Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta more than 4 indigenous groups still live in their traditional ways and interact with wildlife and nature. Our project focuses on Jaguars and other felids and their interaction with local people (indigenous and farmers) in order to make a comprehensive conservation plan for felids (based on ecology, threats, conflicts and economy) using them as umbrella and flagship species, and including the multiple interests involved in the region.


Wish list:
$400 for GPS
$1000 for camera-traps
$500 local transportation
$1000 local capacity building

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SNUBNOSED MONKEYS, CHINA YangFangy/LongYongcheng 
Location:
Yunling Mountains of Yunnan, China
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Snub-Nosed Monkey, China. Also known as the Golden Monkey. These monkeys live only in the Yunling Mountains of Yunnan and adjacent Tibet. Only 2,000 individuals remain in the wild.
Please, go to "China project" or "Bulletin Board" on our saveworlddraw website to see more photos & Kid's drawings of these incredible mammals. Thank you for your support.

OUR WISH: Donations to help support the newly established Yunnan Golden Monkey Conservation Association to develop educational/conservation programs.

"I would like to thank you for your support to the monkey conservation on behalf of Yunnan Golden Monkey Conservation Association. As the organization is the newly established one based in the Baima Snow Mountain National Nature Reserve, in which more than 60 percent of the total population of the monkey species is found, and its executive capacity is not efficient...we need funds/donations to support the association to improve its capacity." Yongcheny Long
"...so that local school around Baimaxueshan Nature Reserve can organize the local kids to watch the birds, monkeys in the mountains. We believe it can help these kids love nature more than before.”
Yang Fangy

CEPF E-Newsletter, July - September 2007 & Nature Conservancy
http://www.nature.org/wherewework/asiapacific/china/strategies/art14069.html

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Cheetah Conservation Fund, CCF 
nfo(at)cheetah(dot)org
Location:
NAMIBIA
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CF is currently housing nearly 50
Dusty's Story:
"In 2004, I was found on a farm when I was six months' old and held in a tiny chicken cage, during a CCF visit to check on the health of one of their Livestock Guarding Dogs. Following discussion, the farmer agreed to let them take me."

Cleo's Story:
Cleo is a curious cat; she'll peak around the bush to see what activity is happening in her yard, hopeful to find an unsuspecting guinea foul, and is always trying to steal the other ladies meal, to make sure she gets the best.

Please help us cover Dusty's & Cleo's food and veterinary care costs by making a donation to sponsor one of these beautiful Cheetahs.

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