STS South Africa outreach and education program.

This week “Dorota” from the Saving the Survivors Team in South Africa presented an awareness and education talk to Grade 5 learners from the HeronBridge College in Johannesburg. The visit opened the eyes and minds of these young learners to the current problems we face in treatment of injuries in species like elephant, lion and

STS Rural School Education Program.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” – Nelson Mandela.   STS runs a program where we support schools in the areas of Africa where we work and help teach children about the wonders of nature and the importance of conservation.   These children are the future leaders

STS introduces new methods in Human Elephant Conflict.

As part of our ongoing commitment to education here you see 2 students in Mozambique, who are studying our Human/Elephant Conflict methods making “Elephant Repellant.” This is completely natural and works well in deterring elephants from entering a specific area. Wildlife translocations, disease investigation, treatment of endangered species and research support are all components of

STS reaches out to the next generation through Education.

At STS we not only treat endangered wildlife, but we are also focus on educating people about our precious animals and environment. Recently Dr. Johan was invited as a speaker at the World Youth Wildlife Summit to talk to the young people about rhino and elephant, amongst other things. 165 young people, aged 15 to 24, were invited