Ubuntu Wildlife Sanctuary

The Ubuntu Wildlife Sanctuary is located in South Africa. We support this sanctuary because of the way it handles the hosting of wild animals.

The sanctuary continuously develops and sets new ethical protocols and standards for managing rescued large predators. They utilize wildlife conservation initiatives for socio-economic development and empowerment projects in their community. But also to empower poor and unemployed neighboring rural communities in the South African North Province through job creation, conservation education, training, skills and transfer programs.

Ubuntu wants to convey a strong conservation message to protect our natural heritage, promote South Africa and the North West Province as a wildlife conservation authority to the international community.

What does the word mean?

Ubuntu is a Nguni Bantu term. It means ‘humanity’ but it is often translated as ‘I am because we are’, or ‘humanity towards others’. More often the term is used in a more philosophical sense as ‘the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity’.

A small impression.

How to find them?

You can take a look on the Ubuntu website:

To visit their Facebook-page: