African Conservation Trust

The African Conservation Trust was established in 2000 to achieve self-sustaining funding for environmental and heritage research and conservation in the southern Africa region. For the first five years, ACT was primarily a volunteer-driven agency, one of the few that offered the opportunity for ordinary people to take part in groundbreaking environment and conservation projects in southern Africa, working alongside scientists and academic experts in archeology, anthropology, environmental protection and wildlife conservation.

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