MSAR Special Announcement
K9 Anti-Poaching and Animal Conservation Program in Africa.
Poaching is on the rise across Africa
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the United Nations estimated that one million plant and animal species were at risk of dying out, many within the next 50 years. Poaching is on the rise across Africa as the tourism industry plummets due to the pandemic, emptying protected areas and cutting the income of regions, reserves and villages that were already experiencing economic stress. This threatens to undo past progress that governments made to mitigate poaching. Positive change needs to be implemented to protect species from extinction.
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How Can I Help?
You can directly support the program by donating here (GiveSendGo). We need $150,000 to start the program. The funds will be used to purchase puppies, training gear, professional gear for working in Africa, and travel. MSAR is covering the overhead and administrative costs. All funds will go directly to the K9 Anti-Poaching and Animal Conservation Program in Africa, and updated financial statements showing the use of funds will be posted regularly on our website.