How You Can Help

We would really appreciate any contribution you may be able to make towards our ongoing  wildlife conservation, research work, education programmes and community outreach. There are a number of options to support our programme.

If you would like to make a general donation two options follow…

Or if you would like to donate directly to our US$ bank account, please email director@dambari.com for details.

Thank you very much for taking the time to donate and  do stay in touch via our website or Facebook page for project updates.

This programme is often constrained due to lack of equipment. Extra pairs of binoculars, GPS devices and field guides will allow more kids to have hands-on participation in the club activities.

US$40 buys a field guide*, US$60 buys a pair of binoculars*; US$220 buys a handheld GPS device*.(*Please note: these items need to be imported, and attract freight and duty charges)

US$15 sponsors a student’s visit to the Natural History Museum in Bulawayo (minimum trip size: 18 people)

US$10 sponsors a student’s visit to the National Park (minimum trip size: 18 people)

US$10 will buy a prize (e.g. stationery pack) for the most committed club member/s, presented at the schools’ annual prize-giving ceremonies

US$7 sponsors a club t-shirt or cap

US$5 sponsors a local field trip for one child

DWT is committed to supporting as many as possible local students in to tertiary education in the field of conservation.

Every year Dambari hosts undergraduate students for a period of 10 months during which they have the opportunity to conduct hands-on research.

US$1750 covers all costs for one student for 10 months, including a small stipend, accommodation, research project materials and scientific guidance.

US$300 provides an introductory training course in scientific methods (e.g. GIS) (up to 5 students)

Protecting local rhinos from poaching activities is a critical part of our work. Please consider supporting this important programme to ensure these magnificent animals are around for furture generations.

Donations towards rhino conservation will be directed towards practical activities such as carrying out individual ID ear notches and dehorning, emergency interventions such as snare removals, metapopulation management (moving rhinos between protected areas to improve genetics) and population monitoring.

US$900 pays for one hour of helicopter time for rhino darting.

US$250 pays for the immobilizing, support and reversal drugs for one rhino.

US$65 purchases 50 litres of fuel (diesel or aviation fuel) for field activities.

Park angers are on the front line when it come to supporting and protecting Zimbabwe’s environments and wildlife; their ongoing profesional development is critical and DWT is proud to be able to support this work.

US$1000 sponsors a three-day rhino monitoring course for 20 Park rangers.