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Wildlife Ranger Challenge 2024

RACE DAY - 21 SEPTEMBER 2024

Fundraising is well underway for Wildlife Ranger Challenge 2024! This year, we have a whopping 10 teams that have volunteered to take part in the Pan-African Wildlife Ranger Challenge this year!   

Tashinga Initiative’s role in facilitating these 10 x 4-man Ranger patrol unit teams focusses on morale and team building, fitness, and to KEEP OUR RANGERS carrying out their incredible FOOT PATROLS across the extraordinary Zambezi Valley Protected Areas landscape.    

The teams are from DOMA, DANDE, CHEWORE SOUTH, HURUNGWE (Marongora and D Camp), CHARARA Safari Areas, MANA POOLS National Park, ZAVARU (Rapid Response Unit), DANDE ANTIPOACHING UNIT of www.cmsafaris.com, CHIRUNDU TASK FORCE, and MID-ZAMBEZI REGION has for the first time this year registered a team!   

We are so excited to have already received donation commitments from supportive donors!   

These donations will go towards the purchase of new rugged backpacks, t-shirts, caps, training shorts and Bova boots for each Ranger who will be participating and needing to carry 22kg for the 21km Wildlife Ranger Challenge marathon! 

Please JOIN OUR EFFORTS! We really need much more support to ensure that Rangers are equipped to participate, fulfil all the WRC2024 regulations and importantly, to inspire Rangers to fundraise for Rangers across Africa.  Lets get these teams across the finish line!  

Write to lynne@tashinga.org and phone +263 772348671 – We look forward to hearing from you. 

“Thank you very much Lynne for all the encouragement and support you have always rendered to our staff before, during and after the Ranger Challenge.

We will always pledge our commitment and cooperation with your Organisation and all the Organisers. Once again, many thanks and congratulations on taking us this far.”
Felix Chimeramombe
ZimParks Senior Regional Manager,
Mid-Zambezi Region Zimbabwe

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