Due to the dwindling numbers of Hyena in the area over the years, mainly due to – SNARES/POACHING - we just HAVE to do everything possible to rehabilitate this animal and release him back into the wild.News
KAWFT was formed in 2010 by three passionate Kariba residents, for the purpose of raising funds and awareness on treating and helping injured or distressed wild life in the Kariba area.
In conjunction with Parks & Wildlife we began an anti snaring patrol in mid 2011 to combat the ever increasing numbers of animals reported to be carrying snares.
The anti snare patrol which includes a ZPAWA Ranger and two KAWFT
rangers, operates 5 days a week.
KAWFT does not just do snare patrols, in the unfortunate event, any of our wildlife is injured or at risk, we will take action in treating and assisting our wildlife.
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Ecocash Registered Numbers:
Sonya Mc Master-
+263 772 874 352
Registered Name– (Stroebel)
Debbie Ottman -
+263 773 996 487