DAKTARI Bush School & Wildlife Orphanage

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Daktari is a registered non-profit company located in the Limpopo Province, close to the town of Hoedspruit. It is a bush school where the mission is to inspire and educate local underprivileged children to care for their environment through the medium of a wildlife orphanage.

Every Monday we welcome a new group of 8 local underprivileged children for a week and give them the opportunity to discover, learn and become passionate about wildlife and conservation, their heritage. We also supplement their school curriculum in English, maths, sciences, geography, life skills and social issues.

Our goal is to enable today’s local underprivileged children to eventually be able to secure good employment in nature reserves, thereby improving their future quality of life.

Operates in: Hoedspruit, Limpopo
Established in: June 2002

Non-Profit Organisation Number: 051-703
Public Benefit Organisation Number: 930018173
Section 21 Company Number: 2002/015279/08
Trust Number:

Contact person: Ian and Michele Merrifield
Phone: 082 656 2969
Fax: 086 625 7728
Physical address: Bona Ingwe Farm, Hoedspruit
Postal address:
Website: www.daktaribushschool.org

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