21-10-2016 by redazione
The Friends of Tsavo back in Italian schools to raise awareness among young people about the protection of the animals of the African reserves and to promote the good side of the Black Continent, the least publicized by the media but the most common and authentic, as well as easy to check with a holiday in Kenya.
The honorary Adriano Ghirardello ranger with his wife Giovanna, collaborator Malindikenya.net, after class last year, have shown to high school kids in the Varese of the KWS initiatives, the Sheldrick Foundation and the Italian groups that you spend the preservation of the natural heritage of the Tsavo East and West.
"The boys were in tears, with tears in his eyes and the desire to be able to help out, even from a distance - tells Joanna - would like to collect money to donate water to the animals, we have absolutely not asked for anything, but the photos of the pool to" pipeline ", first empty and then filled thanks to the great tank has stimulated their solidarity".
So start a collection of students who have decided to lend a hand from so far away to the wild life and the magic of the national park.
"We have made available to deliver the digit possibly collection to bring one or more tanks for pools - explains Adriano Ghirardello - formalizing the donation and making writing or by KWS or Sheldrick Foundation a thank you letter that, with the usual photos, You will be sent directly to the school to be posted on their "newspaper" student, which shows all the major events. "
It 'a drop d' water in the ocean, but also the demonstration that when you manage to bring a message directly to those who can listen, there can only be empathy and solidarity. The lesson of the Friends of Tsavo, at this point, it really ends in Savannah and will be another good story to tell.
by Adriano Ghirardello
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