WHAT IS OUR CHARITY LECTURE ABOUT?
About Kenyan wildlife. About poaching. About the importance of education for Kenyan children. About wildlife protection with the involvement of the local community. About the importance of voluntary work. About how we can help wildlife from home. About what a research student, a biologist, ecologist, or veterinary student can do.
But perhaps most importantly, about hope. About how important and indispensable help from different parts of the world is in Africa, this ancient continent, which is home to a unique and special animal world.
The charity lecture is hosted by the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest, for which we are very grateful to the Rector! This international topic, which affects everyone, can be held in a dignified environment.
WHY TO COME?
Because with your participation you can support,
- Lewa Wildlife Conservancy’s efforts to protect wildlife in Kenya
- to create a colorful, international cultural event
- to talk as widely as possible about the importance of voluntary work (how you can help Kenya’s wildlife from home);
- to talk to the staff of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya, take photos together
- to meet Barnabás Vujity-Zsolnay, who lived in Africa
- to sing with Laura Marik, who is a fantastic singer (with an African connection)
If you want to get as much information as possible about Kenyan animals or if you want to deal with animals in Africa, contact us and we will help!