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Closed 17/08/2020

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£7,618
raised of £10,000 target by 103 supporters

    Weʼve raised £7,618 to support our wildlife protectors and the remote local communities in Zambia's Luangwa Valley.

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    Funded on Monday, 17th August 2020

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    ZGH are proud to be a part of:

    This is a collaborative effort striving to raise funds in support of conservation and community charities working in Zambia’s Luangwa Valley .

    The lack of visiting tourists this year is having a profound effect on all the inhabitants of the Luangwa Valley. Nick Riddin of Remote Africa Safaris, who have camps in the North and the South Luangwa National Parks, is the driving force behind Walk Luangwa 2020 which is 350km walk through some of Africa’s most pristine wilderness. Zambian Ground Handlers is excited to be a part of the project and both Nick Aslin and Dani Rose will be joining for different parts of this trek through the Luangwa Valley.

    The walk starts in the Middle of the North Luangwa National Park on the 27th July and will finish 17 days and 350kms later at the most southerly camp in the South Park. Funds raised will be donated to the following charities all of who work tirelessly to preserve the wildlife, the habitats and the communities of this wonderful corner of Africa.

    We appreciated that times are tough for many right now so any donation large or small will be hugely appreciated and will go a long way to ensuring the long-term preservation of the Luangwa Valley.

    For a more detailed description of the walk and it’s route please click here .

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    Supporters

    103

    • Pippa and Chris

      Pippa and Chris

      Aug 14, 2020

      Happy memories of a holiday at Kapani

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Aug 13, 2020

      £20.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Aug 13, 2020

      Dear Nick and CarolGood luck with everything Love Rob and Anna

      £40.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Aug 12, 2020

      Keep up the Great work, hope to visit again some day!

      £40.00

    • Mark and Jenica Pizarro +boys

      Mark and Jenica Pizarro +boys

      Aug 10, 2020

      Great job guys ! Have been catching up through Carol, wishing you all the very best of luck on your journey and mission . Looking forwards to seeing some photos . Wish we were there , keep safe all

      £100.00

    • Ken and Judi Rush

      Ken and Judi Rush

      Aug 7, 2020

      Looking forward to our trip in 2021 - Miss not being able to go this year but????

      £100.00

    • Geri Simmons

      Geri Simmons

      Aug 6, 2020

      Thank you for all you do to keep wildlife safe.

      £75.00

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