© 2019 by Canines for Africa

 
Operations 

Canines for Africa currently has canine units in the following reserves:

 

South Africa

Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park

Timbavati Game Reserve

Ndlovumzi Reserve

Sabi Sand Wildtuin (Singita Game Reserve)

Manyaleti Game Reserve

 

Mozambique

Sabie Game Park

 

Namibia

Rare and Endangered Species Trust 

 

Mali

(Confidential Reserve)

 

India

Andhari Tiger Reserve

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In addition, our COO Conraad and his team have trained eight canine and handler units in the Central African Republic - these are currently operating in Rwanda. 

We have received requests for our canine units from Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Namibia, Kenya, Malawi, Zambia, Senegal and Gabon. 

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Canines for Africa has created a partnership with Conraad de Rosner, founder and director of K9 Conservation, based in Hoedspruit, in Limpopo province, South Africa. It is here that we breed and train our dogs. Around twenty canines are housed in our excellent kennel system at any one time, all in various stages of their ‘Canine University Education’.

Our ranger-handler training centre is also situated at this location. We currently hold four eight-week courses a year, with up to eight rangers in each group.

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