Jamie Unwin and Hannah Pollock are 21-year-old Zoology students from the University of Exeter and together they've founded their NGO 'Stand Up for Nature'. The organisation focuses on producing short films that target a wildlife crime or human wildlife conflict issue. Using a bicycle powered cinema designed and constructed by Jamie they then show this film to affected communities. Using education to bring about cultural evolution to conserve wildlife, is at the core of their organisation.
The more donations we receive, will allow us to reach more people and take more children into the national parks. Inspiring a generation.
Please help us make this project as good as it can be. £5 will allow us to give a child the gift of seeing an African Elephant for the very first time. A day that many will remember for the rest of their lives.
Thank you to everyone who has donated so far!
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Project Kenya Partner Organisations
Northern Rangelands Trust
Communities play a key role in conserving the wildlife across all NRT's conservancies.
Living with Lions
Confronting human wildlife conflict issues with Lions and other predators living outside of protected areas
Grevy's Zebra Trust
The grevy zebra are confined to just the horn of Africa, with an estimate of only 750mature males left the Trust are using community conservation to save this species
Simply Green Worldwide
Renowned ecotourism provider in Eastern Africa. SGW are assisting the team across all aspects of their project.
Sponsoring the project by supplying the highest possible quality filming equipment
The leading tripod manufacturer and camera bag specialist
Enables remote control of our cameras to capture unique up close views of spectacular wildlife
Is a unique global hub for all conservation communications, we will be working closely with wildscreen in order to get our message out there