Madagascar is a very distinctive biodiversity hotspot. Greater than 80% of its natural world are endemic, which means these particular species can solely be discovered on the island. Nonetheless, much like the challenges dealing with the fauna and flora of KwaZulu-Natal South Africa, Madagascar’s distinctive biodiversity can be underneath pressing risk from deforestation, looking and the unlawful commerce in wildlife.

Annic’s favorite species is the monkey, however it’s after all arduous to decide on a favourite amongst the various unimaginable animals she’s had the chance to see within the wild in Madagascar, and to get to know via David Attenborough’s many documentaries and television sequence. Madagascar’s lemurs are an apparent favorite. They’re primates, an order that features monkeys, apes and people. There are roughly 32 various kinds of lemurs in existence at the moment, all discovered solely in Madagascar. Annic notably loves her nation’s very particular sifaka (all of that are threatened or endangered), and likewise its unimaginable baobab timber.

Annic is grateful that her mentor,  Louis Buckworth, a board member of Wild Tomorrow Fund, launched her to founders Wendy and John. “I’m honored to be a part of Wild Tomorrow Fund and thrilled to have the chance to make use of my expertise in enterprise administration and accounting for the good thing about wildlife”, stated Annic.

Annic is one busy and sort woman! Along with working for Wild Tomorrow Fund, she can be an entrepreneur and the founding father of Avana for Madagascar, a undertaking serving to younger youngsters and ladies to enhance their high quality of life via training, empowerment and well being consciousness. She hopes to study extra about non-profit administration and administration at Wild Tomorrow Fund, and apply these expertise to convey extra help for her undertaking in Madagascar. She can be dreaming of the potential for a Wild Tomorrow Fund Madagascar someday in our future.

Welcome Annic!


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