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DONATION AND SUPPORTING AFRICAT

The AfriCat Foundation is dependent on support to maintain our various programmes: 

Large Carnivore Rehabilitation, Environmental Education, Human-Wildlife Conflict Mitigation, Community Support, Research and the Carnivore Care Centre.

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HOW CAN YOU HELP AFRICAT ?

DONATE WHEN YOU SHOP AT AMAZONSMILE
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Then shop as normal! Its as easy as that!
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1. MAKE AN ONLINE DONATION WITH YOUR CREDIT CARD OR PAYPAL ACCOUNT
Click here to go to our online donations page.

 

2. ADOPT A CAT AND SUPPORT ANIMALS IN OUR CARNIVORE CARE CENTRE (CCC)
Click here to go to the support page to find out annual costs.
Click here for donation forms in English, French and German.

 

3. DOWNLOAD OUR ADOPTION FORMS AND DONATE THROUGH TUSK TRUST OR DIRECTLY TO AFRICAT
Click here for donation forms in English, French and German.

 

4. SUPPORT THE MONITORING OF A NEWLY, REHABILITATED CARNIVORE IN OUR 200 km² NATURE RESERVE
Click here to go to the support page to find out annual costs.
Click here for donation forms in English, French and German.

 

5. BUILD A KRAAL
Click here for more information about Kraals

 

6. SUPPORT ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
Click here for information on costs for a group of 18 children to visit one of our Education Centres.
Click here for donation forms in English, French and German.

 

7. DONATE TO  HUMAN-WILDLIFE CONFLICT MITIGATION AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT.
If livestock is safe, predators are tolerated!
This funding goes towards covering the cost of building cattle and goat kraals (pens) in the local communities. The materials to build a kraal which holds 50 goats costs approximately US$2,765, £1,825, €2,220.
Click here for donation forms in English, French and German.

 

8. ADOPT A SPOT

When you symbolically ADOPT-A-SPOT for AfriCat, you are helping Namibia’s predators during this most challenging time in their existence. Adopt-a-Spot is an enjoyable and fun way of helping AfriCat to help Namibia’s spotted cats. It’s an easy and affordable opportunity to contribute to the conservation of large carnivores in Namibia. At our new Carnivore Care and Information Centre we will have 2 huge cats painted on our wall. One is a cheetah and the other a leopard. Their spots and rosettes are not coloured in yet – but as soon as you ADOPT-A-SPOT, the cheetah and leopard will regain their spots!

Your name and where you are from will be added to each spot.
For US$ 25 per spot you decide on the SPOT or ROSETTE you wish to adopt for 1 year.
For US$ 50 per spot you decide on the SPOT or ROSETTE you wish to adopt for 2 years.
For US$ 70 per spot you decide on the SPOT or ROSETTE you wish to adopt for 3 years.

The funding goes towards the AfriCat Foundation’s general running costs, veterinary expenses, computers, vehicles, cameras, collars, telemetry, research, and fuel.

Read more about adopt-a-spot here.

 

9. HELP SPONSOR THE MANGETTI WILD DOG RESEARCH PROJECT
This is the first collaborative effort between the Namibia Nature Foundation (NNF), N/a’an ku se Foundation, and AfriCat. The selected study site (Mangetti Cattle Ranch and Mangetti National Park), is situated in the Kavango Region along the boundary between commercial farmland and Kavango communal farmland, to the east of the Etosha National Park. The study area includes about 40 farms and covers approximately 200,000 hectares (2,000 square kilometers), where wild dog packs are regularly sighted and farmer-predator conflict threatens their long-term survival. 

 

10. CELEBRATE THE LIFE, ACHIEVEMENTS, AND CHARACTER OF SOMEONE YOU CHERISH!
Read more information about Legacies on our support page.

 

11. GRAB A GROUP OF YOUR COLLEAGUES
Engage your colleagues and friends to conduct a joint fund-raiser to raise donations for AfriCat – hold competitions, arrange a jumble sale, auction, and other fun events to motivate your co-workers and friends to raise a donation for AfriCat.   
Read more on workplace sponsorships

 

12. SPONSOR YOUR FRIEND OR PARTNER
Sponsor friends, colleagues, or partners to mark an achievement - run a marathon in AfriCat’s name, swim for AfriCat, play football for AfriCat – all for a good cause.

 

13. DONATE  TOWARDS  RESEARCH – sponsor a collar
Read more about this on our support page.

 

PLEASE TAKE NOTE:  

  • Please indicate whether you would like to receive your certificate of support by mail or email. 
  • If you are a UK or USA tax payer you can take advantage of Gift Aid by contacting our representative in the USA or UK.
  • Our UK programme works in partnership with TUSK Trust, who administer donations on AfriCat’s behalf. 
  • If you are interested in receiving information on legacy donations please contact AfriCat.

 

Truly great projects need great sponsorship! Realising the importance of AfriCat’s projects, sponsorship is what keeps this Foundation alive, and support on an on-going basis is what is considered by many to be the most effective way of helping a foundation achieve good work.

 

The AFRICAT Foundation  Okonjima Nature Reserve / non-profit organisation / No: T48/93
Tristan Boehme & Donna Hanssen
The AfriCat Foundation
P.O. Box 1889   Otjiwarongo,   Namibia
Tel: +264(0)67 304566   Fax: +264(0)67 307915
africat@afol.com.na

 

AFRICAT NORTH  non-profit organisation / No: T48/93
Tammy Hoth-Hanssen
The AfriCat Foundation – North
P.O. Box 118  Kamanjab,   Namibia
Tel: +264(0)67 687122   Fax: +264(0)67 687108
africatnorth@iway.na  

 

tusk trust 300pxTusk UK: Donations to AfriCat through TUSK, are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Tusk Trust, 4 Cheapside House, High Street, Gillingham, Dorset SP8 4AA
Tel: +44 (0)1747 831 005
Email: info@tusk.org      

 

 

AFRICAT AMERICA BANK DETAILS FOR ALL NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SWIFT TRANSACTIONS

africat america Account name: AfricatAmerica Inc.
Account number: 59312583
Bank: PNC
Branch: PNC Bank, Metro Center Branch.
Address: Metro Center, 1100 W. Glen Avenue, Peoria, Illinois, USA 61614.
Pay Routing: 021052053 (UPIC)

 

AfriCat America Inc.
Public Charity EIN: 20-3174862

Peter & Wanda Hanssen, 7601 W. Southport Road,
Peoria, Illinois 61615, USA.
Cell: +1 309 453 5556
Email: pete@africatamerica.org

 

 

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Leave a Legacy

legacy africatCelebrate the life, achievements, and character of someone you cherish!

Honour someone special, give tribute for a life well-lived, or simply celebrate a special occasion.

 

Your gift will be meaningful and long-lasting—helping future generations of Namibian children and their natural heritage.

  • Acknowledge someone's expertise, professionalism, or friendship.
  • Create a lasting legacy in the name of a loved-one.
  • Recognise the interests and concerns of someone special

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What is a legacy?

A legacy is a financial gift left behind which will benefit others. The AfriCat Foundation has been fortunate to have received legacies over the past few years, which have enabled the renovation of facilities and the building of new amenities, all of which have improved the quality of the Foundation’s permanent feline residents. The Environment Education Programme has similarly been expanded thanks to legacies, imparting a valuable life experience onto growing numbers of Namibia’s children.

Why leave a legacy?

Consider for a moment the charitable organisations which have positively impacted your life, your family members, or friends' lives. Are you already an AfriCat annual donor? A charitable bequest in your will could endow your gift for the future of this Foundation.

How do I leave a legacy for AfriCat?

Collect your family and financial information. Talk with an estate-planning solicitor and with your financial advisors. Consider a charitable bequest in your will to the AfriCat Foundation, Namibia.

 

Our lawyer contact information:

David Farquharson Partner
Ignition Law
First Floor,
Moray House,
23-31 Great Titchfield Street,
London, W1W 7PA

D: 0203 432 4020
M: 07764 282 468

Website: http://www.ignitionlaw.co.uk

Skype: IgnitionLaw
Twitter: IgnitionLaw

 

EFT/BANK TRANSFER PAYMENTS:

When you pay via EFT:

  • Your payment will incur ZERO SWIFT or Transfer fees
  • There is zero commissions
  • Excellent Exchange Rates that beat the bank
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Below you will find a story about a true gentleman who supported AfriCat for many years:

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James Maltman,  3rd June 1922 – 21st March 2012

Jim ("Wee Jimmy") Maltman, was born on 3 June 1922. Jimmy, from Alloa, Clackmannanshire, in Scotland, was a long-time passionate supporter of the AfriCat Foundation. He visited Namibia many, many times and his stays at Okonjima and AfriCat got longer and longer with each visit.

Jimmy loved going along on carnivore rescue missions, and he accompanied AfriCat on many while staying at Okonjima. He was equally happy, even at an advanced age, to fly in AfriCat’s cloth-hulled Maule plane, as he was driving 10 hours to collect a single cat from a faraway farm.

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Jimmy made generous donations to AfriCat over the years, and he facilitated an improvement of AfriCat’s transportation means – he donated a Toyota Land Cruiser (which now bears his name) and he facilitated the re-skinning of AfriCat’s Maule plane. It gave Jimmy great please to drive/fly in "his" vehicles whenever he visited. He loved to regale everyone he met with stories of his days in the RAF, but equally absorbed everything he heard about AfriCat’s work – we can only imagine how he entertained everyone in his local pub with stories of his Namibian cat-rescue adventures!

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jimmy medals Endangered WildlifeWe were all saddened to hear of Jimmy’s passing on 21 March 2012, just short of his 90th birthday.

We were surprised to hear that Jimmy had bequeathed his house in Scotland to the AfriCat Foundation as a legacy in his will.

We are eternally grateful for Jimmy’s thoughtfulness and we strive to ensure that his memory is cherished. We still feel his presence – rest in peace Wee Jimmy!

 

 

Mary Jan Newby

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A personal word from Sarah:

"In 2011 my mother left me some money after she died. Family & friends suggested I should buy some jewellery or something nice in memory of her. I don’t wear jewellery, knowing me I would knock the diamond out of a ring.

My mother also had a passion for animals, so when I first visited AfriCat, I fell in love with Namibia. I knew what I was going to do with the money. I donated money to help set up the new clinic with an anaesthetic monitor, instruments and other equipment. My mother was a nurse and I am a vet nurse, so it seemed very appropriate.

AfriCat organised some plaques to put on the monitors in memory of mum. So her memory lives on at AfriCat. I have been here three years in a row to help with the health checks and it is such an honour to watch all the equipment being used by the vets and researchers. It is also an honour knowing how much I am helping AfriCat in their research, so we can all learn more about Cheetahs, Leopards and Lions.

Leaving a legacy is such a wonderful thing to do. Not only are you helping that organisation, but your loved one will always be remembered and you will always be reminded of them in such a wonderful way. I am very proud of what has been achieved with mum’s donation and I am one very proud and happy AfriCat supporter. They are on top of my list for my legacy when it is time.

People travel to AfriCat from all over the world. So when they come to visit they see who has donated what & how that particular person's legacy has helped AfriCat. So it reaches every part of the globe. You get such positive feedback from all sorts of people & you know exactly where your money goes, from helping feed the cheetahs & leopards in the carnivore care centre, improving their large enclosures, setting up new facilities. As I said before it is such a pleasure seeing first hand my equipment being used by the wonderful vets at AFRICAT.

People are always promising to help organisations like AfriCat but they don't follow through. It is fine to like photos & stories on Facebook & other social media but it doesn't really achieve anything. It is so rewarding knowing how much I am helping these beautiful animals through my mother's memory, knowing that Mum lives on through AfriCat & the cats & she is remembered around the world.

In this harsh world of ours I recommend doing something lovely like leaving a legacy of some sort, it doesn't matter how big or small. It makes you feel so good especially after the pain of losing a loved one."

Sarah Cullen Proud AfriCat Supporter!

 

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Jimmy now on our VIP donor wall.
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Jimmy Maltman, concerned donor and long time AfriCat Supporter.
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Jimmy, Tammy (AfriCat) and Dr. Henk Berschinger.
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Carnivore Care Centre upgrade sponsored by Mr. Jim Maltman.
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Jim Maltman sponsored the GEHL-V400 to open up more plains for captive cheetah release.
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Jim Maltman sponsored the GEHL-V400 to open up more plains for captive cheetah release.
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Jimmy with Dr. Henk Berschinger.
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New clinic named after Jimmy Maltman.
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New clinic named after Jimmy Maltman.
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Tractor sponsored by Jim Maltman.
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Tractor sponsored by Jim Maltman.
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Dartgun donated in memory of David Pleydell-Bouverie.
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Dartgun donated in memory of David Pleydell-Bouverie.
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Dartgun donated in memory of David Pleydell-Bouverie.
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Dartgun donated in memory of David Pleydell-Bouverie.
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In memory of Mary Jan Newby.
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Jim Maltman and Soren Knudsen with Dr. Barndt.
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John Wolfe honoured at AfriCat - entrance gate to 20,000 ha Nature Reserve.
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Jimmy's clinic from inside.  
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Surgical equipment donated by the late Mary Jan Newby.

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Adopt a spot

Dedicated to the conservation of cheetah and leopard in Namibia!

When you symbolically ADOPT-A-SPOT @ AfriCat, you are helping some of our carnivores during this most challenging time in their existence.

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WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU ADOPT A SPOT ?
Adopt-a-Spot is an enjoyable and fun way of helping AfriCat help Namibia’s spotted cats. It’s an easy and affordable opportunity to contribute to the conservation of large carnivores in Namibia.

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At our new Carnivore Care and Information Centre (upgraded 2011-2016)

Your will write your own name onto the door of the year you have Adopted A Spot for.

For the equivalent of US$ 31 per spot you decide on the SPOT you wish to ADOPT FOR 1 YEAR.
For the equivalent of US$ 39 per spot you decide on the SPOT you wish to ADOPT FOR 2 YEARS.
For the equivalent of US$ 47 per spot you decide on the SPOT you wish to ADOPT FOR 3 YEARS.

The funding goes towards the AfriCat Foundation’s general running costs, veterinary expenses, computers, vehicles, cameras, collars, telemetry, research, and fuel.


2016 - 2017 CHEETAH, LEOPARD and LION on our ADOPT-A-SPOT wall of gratitude:

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Ways you can pay:

EFT/BANK TRANSFER PAYMENTS:
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When you pay via EFT you are a winner, because . . .

  • Your payment will incur ZERO SWIFT or Transfer fees
  • There is zero commissions
  • Excellent Exchange Rates that beat the bank
  • Pay in your own local currency into a local bank account in your own country

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Wish list

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The AfriCat Foundation is committed to the long-term conservation of Namibia’s large carnivores. By working with commercial and communal farmers, local communities, conservation conservancies, and the youth of Namibia, the AfriCat Foundation is dependent on support to maintain its various programmes. We are a nonprofit organisation registered in Namibia and everything we do, every project we tackle, every programme we are involved with, is supported by donors and well-wishers like YOU.

 

AfriCat's Top 11 Projects that need funding 2016 | 2017

1. Essential Salaries:
a. Research Veterinarian AfriCat’s first, part-time Research Veterinarian, Dr Diethardt Rodenwoldt, joined us in September 2015. The veterinarian supervises and ensures scientifically sound 'Large Carnivore Research Projects', manages and monitors the animals at our AfriCat Carnivore Care Centre and supports farming communities in conflict zones. AfriCat’s large carnivore research Projects have been taken to another level with a qualified 'Research Veterinarian' on board. Present and future projects are now scientifically sound and effectively supervised, contributing to the long-term survival of these species as well as supporting farming communities in conflict zones.

A salary for a part-time, research veterinarian, who operates both at AfriCat HQ and within our northern projects throughout 2016 and beyond, must be secured.

Meet our vet Team - Dr Diethardt Rodenwoldt

Full Project Funding Details.

Cost approx.: N$ 360 000.00 per annum.

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b. Lion Guards: Keepers of the Wilderness
These dedicated community members are elected by their Conservancies, essentially carrying the message of Conservation from the highest authorities to the farmer. They encourage and guide communal farmers to adopt the AfriCat Livestock Protection programme, identify priority villages for kraal-building, patrol fences, monitor & report poaching and other illegal activities.

AfriCat’s input: AfriCat has employed four lion guards since 2011, 4 more Lion Guardians are required along the western Etosha National Park border to protect persecuted populations and encourage change in livestock management and protection, in north western Namibia.

Meet our team - AfriCat's Lion Guards

Full Project Funding Details

Cost approx.: N$ 32 000.00 per month / N$385 000.00 per annum.

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c. Environmental Educator

AfriCat’s Environmental Education programme is popular amongst schools nationwide and requires a second Educator’s Salary and accommodation close to the Environmental Education Centre.
AfriCat’s input: Salary for one teacher has been sourced and accommodation provided.

The AfriCat Environmental Education Programme

Full Project Funding Details
Costs: Educator’s Salary N$25 000.00 per month / N$ 300 000.00 per annum.

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2. Livestock Protection Programme:
To effectively reduce livestock loss through better protection and to minimise the destruction of lions and other carnivores, AfriCat builds nocturnal 'kraals' for committed communities, assisted by community leaders and the Lion Guards.

AfriCat’s input: We prepare, design and construct the kraals. AfriCat has built 20 kraals since 2010 (protecting approx. 4 500 – 5 500 head of livestock, supporting at least 500 - 1000 farmers and their extended families). AfriCat aims to build at least 5 kraals per year.

AfriCat Community Support

Cost approx.: Cost per livestock kraal (depending on size/number of livestock): N$ 40 000.00 – N$60 000.00 per kraal.

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3. AfriCat Research and Community Support Project Vehicles:
Field Vehicles, 4x4 pick-ups fitted with extra long-range fuel tanks, water containers, heavy-duty springs and tyres.
Solvay sponsored 2 vehicles, but AfriCat is in dire need for sponsorship to cover all fuel costs, vehicle insurance and service cover.

2 more 'Field Vehicles' are required to operate along the western Etosha National Park border and on commercial Namibian farmland, to protect persecuted populations and encourage change in livestock-management and protection, in north western & central Namibia.

The AfriCat Hobatere Lion Research Project

Full Project Funding Details

Fuel Cost approx. per month. | Field Vehicle purchase approx. N$650 000.00 – N$ 900 000.00 per vehicle

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4. Motion Detection Cameras (Trail Cameras) / GPS Satellite and VHF Collars:

To effectively gather data, both visual (trail cameras) and location, movement, etc. (collars), the various projects require approx. 20 cameras.

Full Project Funding Details

Read more: 
The AfriCat Predator Population Density Study in The Okonjima Nature Reserve.
The AfriCat Hobatere Lion Research Project.
The Namibia African Wild Dog Project.

Cost approx.: N$8 000.00 per camera | Collars: Lion GPS / Satellite $28 000.00 – N$ 30 000.00 each | Cheetah & Leopard VHF collars approx.: N$3 500.00 each.

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5. Understanding Human-Wildlife Conflict and finding solutions: The AfriCat Mobile Veterinary Field-Clinic

This 4x4 truck, will have to have long-range fuel tanks, water containers, heavy-duty springs and tyres, solar panels and extra power-supply for fridges to keep the medication cool, etc.
AfriCat’s field projects are expanding to include communal support and will be modified to allow basic surgical procedures in the field, like taking a plastic bag out of the stomach of a cow so that the poor farmer does not have to take his cow to town.
Cost approx.: Vehicle N$ 950 000.00.

Full Project Funding Details

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6. Land Purchase to Establish a 'Centre for Adult Learning' In The Kunene Region, North-West Namibia:

The education of the youth is essential to establish conservation-minded, tolerant future generations; the damage and destruction of wildlife is, however, undertaken by adults in the present, who may or may not have a basic education, fighting for survival in a tough, mostly arid environment, sharing habitat with wildlife and often plagued by conflict species such as elephant and carnivores, to name but a few. AfriCat proposes the development of a Centre of Learning for those Adults and our Youth in the Kunene Region, who wish to improve their knowledge of their environment and wildlife. For this, a portion of land must be purchased in close proximity to communal farmland. For many years AfriCat has been directly involved with human-wildlife conflict incidents on communal and commercial farmland adjacent to the Etosha National Park and in central Namibia. The AfriCat Community Support Programme directly supports and uplifts the communal farming communities. Incidents of carnivore-related conflict along the Etosha borders, as well as in some neighbouring communal conservancies and on commercial farmland, are frequent. By improving on their livestock protection methods, both communal and commercial farming communities will lose less livestock and, with continued support from AfriCat and environmental education, these communities will destroy fewer lions. For this, a portion of land must be purchased in close proximity to communal farmland.

About AfriCat North.

Full Project Details.

Cost: approx. N$ 3 500 000.00.

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7. Onguta Primary School, North-West Namibia:

AfriCat’s mission is to further support this pro-active community by developing a formal school, including classrooms, store-rooms, ablutions (showers and toilets), a kitchen / dining area, a communal gathering place, teacher’s accommodation and eventually, a boarding hostel.

Project Description:
The development of the Onguta Primary School could be undertaken in 3 phases:
Phase 1: 4 classrooms (pre-school + grades 1-3), 2 store-rooms (2 classrooms sharing one store-room), 4 toilets and 4 showers, battery room for a basic solar system, which has been donated), 2 x 5 000 Litre water tanks, metal stand;
Phase 2: Staff room and office, kitchen and dining area (one room for kitchen with open-sided, roofed dining area), communal gathering place or school 'hall' (a barn-like, roofed area with walls up to approx. 1.5m in height, gauze wire to the roof);
Phase 3: Staff accommodation and Boarding school (this phase still to be considered: water availability for 150 children, etc.)

Phase 1 should be undertaken as soon as possible in order to create a better learning environment.

The community has pledged to make bricks, which could begin as soon as funding has been sourced for phase 1.
A Namibian Architect, who designs eco-friendly projects, would be approached to design the school in its entirety; local builders will be sourced to take on this project, under AfriCat’s supervision.

Full Project Details

Estimated Budget:
Phase 1: approx. N$ 1 000 000.00 (one million Namibian Dollars)
Estimated GBP 48 - 50 000.00 (@ 1:21).

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DONATIONS:

AfriCat relies on the goodwill of visitors and donors. Every penny counts, and save for statutory audit fees, all of AfriCat UK’s funds are applied to conservation in Namibia. The AfriCat website (www.africat.org) has sponsorship forms to download, which contain various animal adoption options.

SUPPORTING AFRICAT IN THE UNITED KINGDOM:

Tusk Trust Tusk UK
Tusk Trust,
4 Cheapside House, High Street,
Gillingham, Dorset SP8 4AA

Tel: +44 (0)1747 831 005
Email:
info@tusk.org

 

DOWNLOAD A TUSK OR AFRICAT DONATION |ADOPTION FORM:

http://www.africat.org/downloads/adoption-forms

 

DONATE ON LINE:

http://www.africat.org/support/donate-online

 

PayPal:

To make a donation: africat@africat.org

 

Virgin Money Giving:

Pay online with Virgin Money Giving, donations will be routed to AfriCat through TUSK Trust.

 

AFRICAT UNITED KINGDOM BANK DETAILS FOR ALL NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SWIFT TRANSACTIONS

Account name: AfriCat UK
Account number: 00767476
Bank: Barclays Bank PLC,
Address: 27 Soho Square, London W1D 3QR, UK.
Sort code: 20-52-69

 

AFRICAT NAMIBIAN BANK DETAILS FOR ALL NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SWIFT TRANSACTIONS

AfriCat Foundation
Account number: 62245889186
Branch code: 28-06-73
Bank: First National Bank Namibia Ltd. Otjiwarongo Branch, Namibia
Swift: FIRNNANX
Postal Address: P.O. Box 64, Otjiwarongo, Namibia
Physical Address: 7 St Georges Street, Otjiwarongo, Namibia

 

AFRICAT AMERICA BANK DETAILS FOR ALL NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SWIFT TRANSACTIONS

africat america Account name: AfricatAmerica Inc.
Account number: 59312583
Bank: PNC
Branch: PNC Bank, Metro Center Branch.
Address: Metro Center, 1100 W. Glen Avenue, Peoria, Illinois, USA 61614.
Pay Routing: 021052053 (UPIC)

 

AfriCat America Inc.
Public Charity EIN: 20-3174862

Peter & Wanda Hanssen, 7601 W. Southport Road,
Peoria, Illinois 61615, USA.
Cell: +1 309 453 5556
Email: pete@africatamerica.org

 

SUPPORTING AFRICAT IN GERMANY:

ubuntu namibiaUBUNTU – Namibia e.V.
Susanne und Roland Schäfer

Bergstraße 67
76646 Bruchsal / Germany

Ihre Unterstützung unserer Projekte in Namibia freut uns sehr.
Bitte geben sie im Verwendungszweck Projekt AfriCat oder Projekt UBUNTU an.
Unser Spendenkonto in Deutschland:
UBUNTU-Namibia e.V.

 

Volksbank Bruchsal-Bretten eG
Konto Nr.: 64750
Bankleitzahl: 663 912 00
IBAN: DE78 6639 1200 0000 0647 50
BIC: GENODE61BTT
Um Ihnen eine Spendenbescheinigung zukommen lassen zu können, teilen Sie uns bitte
Ihre Anschrift mit:
Name, Vorname

 

SUPPORTING AFRICAT - SPOTS

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fiscal nr: 813081919.

Simone Eckhart 
Business Address: Spinetstraat 76, 
4876 XT Etten-Leur 
Email: info@stichtingspots.nl
www.stichtingspots.nl

 

CONTACT US ON THIS PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION:

http://www.africat.org/contact

 

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