In Africa, the best schools, qualified teachers, and majority of educational resources typically end up in cities and towns. The disadvantages rural schools face in accessing quality education in comparison to their urban counterparts is problematic. The African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) intends to upend this paradigm. AWF aims to build modern “campuses” that are thoughtfully conceived, designed, and constructed, and give students in rural areas of Africa access to the same — if not better — educational resources as their urban counterparts.
To achieve this, AWF seeks the services of a Clerk of Works, to live on-site and act as AWF’s representative in the day-to-day project management for its new school in Kidepo, Uganda.
President Trump's proposed budget cuts vital funding for programs that protect some of the world's most vulnerable species and ecosystems.
Saturday, March 3, marked World Wildlife Day 2018. This year’s events across the globe were designed to draw attention to the increasingly...