Along with the milk bottles, teats are a small yet invaluable item always in demand.
In the field the anti-poaching team members need well-fitted and comfortable boots to keep them protected whilst in the bush.
All too often our mobile veterinary units treat animals where wire cutters are essential to cut the animal free from the snare.
Patrolling through extensive areas the rangers must set-up camps along their routes. In harsh environments suitable tents are a vital piece of kit. We use a special design of tents for our anti-poaching..
When operating in the field water is essential to keep any treated animal cool throughout the procedure.
The Nairobi, Ithumba and Voi Stockades all need a constant supply of milk bottles to feed all of the orphans.
There are thousands of impoverished children living along the borders of the Tsavo Conservation Area who will never receive the opportunity to even attend Primary School as their families cannot afford..
A sturdy and comfortable classroom desk is a valuable item and makes a huge difference in a child’s learning environment. The DSWT looks to give substantial donations of desks to many schools..
A day out to Tsavo National Park in the DSWT school bus for 30 children is a wonderful way to educate children about their environment and the importance of their wildlife heritage. For many kids this..
Vital for restraining injured and rescued wildlife.
In partnership with the Kenya WildlifeService our Field Teams undertake night time patrols and ambushes. These powerful torches can be used to temporarilydaze and confuse a poacher during an ambush,..
Schools within the Tsavo Conservation Area have little access to the study materials and academic resources needed in order to give school children the educational support they need. A Teaching..
Essential to every orphaned elephant’s survival is milk. Human breast milk formula, which comes as a powder, currently provides the best option for the baby elephants and is used as the..
All of the DSWT’s Anti-Poaching Rangers working in the field within the vast Tsavo Conservation Area and Greater Lamu Region need to graduate from the Kenya Wildlife Service’s rigorous field..
The regeneration of forests is a hugely important initiative and thousands of indigenous tree saplings grown through our two nurseries need to be nurtured and replanted in devastated areas to achieve..