The World Wide Predators is all about Youth development and education. We have started the Eco-Cubs initiative, where we take young students from the surrounding Greater Kruger area and get them involved in our conservation project.
We believe a strong foundation in education is important! We want to educate our Youth on all levels; the first step is through using recycled material from one of our Partners to create educational colouring books, that will teach our youth about our beloved Predators and conservation. The next level of education is getting our Youth involved with the monitoring of our precious Predators in surrounding reserves. We want to take them into the environment where they will feel they also play a part in the conservation of Predators and teach them techniques on how to effectively monitor Predators.
Another important factor for us is developing technology to further advance our monitoring of Predators. Again, we will be getting the youth involved in the development process from tracking skill, to data collection with camera trapping and using new technology to help identify the animals for better monitoring.