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Safari Club International Foundation Enjoys Every Opportunity To Give Back To Local Communities. As Hunters, We Understand The Value Of Each Animal We Hunt And Look To Share Our Resources With Those In Need. Money Generated From Hunting Provides Food, Supplies, And Tools To Villages Across Africa. SCI Foundation Is Proud To Sponsor These Outreach Programs And Aid Communities Throughout Africa.

Hunting Tourism Contributes $426 Million to African Economy

Results from a newly published study show that the overall contribution of hunting tourism in eight African nations is an estimated $426 million annually. More than 18,000 hunter tourists visit Africa every year. The study was featured in an article by Bloomberg Economics on June 9.
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Blue Bag Project

The SCI Convention was the starting point of Tom Mattusch's trip to Mozambique with Safrique. He was excited to pursue several of the Big Five and add to Dangerous Seven. Although this was not Tom's first trip to Africa, it was his first to bring Blue Bags as part of SafariCare. With the help of his wife Lisa they planned what would go into their Blue Bag.
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Helping Local Schools

Before his June, 2011 plains game hunt to South Africa, Brian Bode and his friend Tom Darnley decided that they wanted to do something to help the people of South Africa. So Brian and Tom asked their professional hunter what they could do to help.
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A Tearful School Principal

While preparing for my first African safari in June of 2012, Officer Dale Leatham and his wife Noreen Leatham plan to visit an elementary school while in Africa. Whenever a member of the Central Wyoming Chapter of Safari Club International goes hunting internationally, the chapter donates $500 if the hunting member will visit a school. Dale and Noreen decided to match the donation.
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Care For Zumbo

Care for Zumbo is a mobile clinic providing medical care to all the villages surrounding Zumbo, Mozambique.
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Zumbo Water Project

Learn how the Zumbo Water Project is helping to prevent human casualties and prevent the indiscriminate eradication of the valuable wildlife resource.
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Feeding African Communities

Tom Mattusch, an avid hunter, planned a trip to Mozambique. Although this was not Tom's first trip to Africa, it was his first to bring Blue Bags as part of SafariCare. With the help of his wife Lisa they planned what would go into their Blue Bag.
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Conservation Equation: Facts & Figures
Economic Contributions of Hunting-Related Tourism in Eastern and Southern Africa
The Conservation Equation View or download the PDF report
Lion Status Report: Mozambique View the report on the conservation status of the lion in Mozambique
Lion Status Report: Malawi View the report on the conservation status of the lion in Malawi
Lion Status Report: Tanzania View the report on the conservation status of the lion in Tanzania

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