DISABILITY, CONSERVATION & TOURISM
The challenge is that people with physical disability, especially from Africa, can’t afford the cost of a visit to a national park. Some of them live close to protected areas their entire lives without ever seeing wildlife in its natural habitat. They hear wildlife stories that are more fiction than fact tainting their views of the natural world.
Special Safari’s Africa: Our goal to involve people with disabilities in tourism activities by offering free safari tours - Serengeti National Park and organizing tricycle tour ride challenges inside the protected areas escorted by rangers working at the Kijereshi Game Reserve. Together working in team work and collaboration we can promote tourism activities to people with disability across Africa and beyond. For more information and registration drop email to Mr. David kabambo email@example.com /firstname.lastname@example.org WhatsApp Number:+255 757 88 97 94.
COVID & DISABILITY
Ensuring no one is left behind, during a special safaris Africa events, people with disability will hear from Medical Doctor (MD) and Social workers about COVID-19, and other Non-communicable diseases including identifications, preventions and treatment, those who are interested in COVID-19 vaccination will be registered, and processed to schedule their vaccinations.
Screens for other conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes, along with vision and dental checkup will be offered during special Safari Africa –September 2022