Links to other websites that you may find interesting

RASABI SAFARI KENYA is pleased to provide links to other websites that we think you may wish to visit.
We only link to those organisations who, we believe, uphold high moral and ethical standards similar to our own.
Click on the appropriate logo to visit the website

Please note RASABI SAFARI KENYA  is not responsible for the content of these websites
Statements within quotation marks are attributable to the respective organisation, not RASABI SAFARI KENYA

Fox Hollow Photos is a photo library containing unique images from around the world captured for posterity by Bill Taylor, co-founder of RASABI SAFARI KENYA

All the photos on the RASABI SAFARI KENYA website are available on request from Fox Hollow Photos
All the images are available in high-resolution format.
Email enquiries can be sent to bill@foxhollow.me

 

At RASABI SAFARI KENYA we are very pleased to be associated with the Orbit Village Project

The Orbit Village is located about 20 miles from downtown Nairobi. “We first visited Orbit in 1995 and were captured by the children’s sweet spirit and great need. What we found there in that small dusty, village, inside of a rock quarry, called us to action.”
The Orbit Village Project was formed. “We started a school called Orbit School of the Cross that now spans from Baby Class through High School.”
Today there are almost 500 students enrolled at Orbit. “Through the Orbit College Program we now have students in Nairobi Universities.”
“Every school day we feed the students and staff breakfast and lunch.” That’s over 1200 meals every day. 

 

At RASABI SAFARI KENYA we are very pleased to have established a strong working association with the The Memusi Foundation.

The Memusi Foundation believes passionately in education and the right that every person has to a free education. It is through quality and free education that every child has the opportunity to escape poverty in their own lifetime, providing a path of hope.
Memusi builds its foundations with 4 pillars in each of its schools. These are quality education, health care, working with local communities and sustainability models.
In support of our overall objective to provide quality education, we aim to thrive in sporting excellence and through computing.
Peter Rapasa, co-founder of RASABI SAFARI KENYA, plays an important part in the work of the Memusi Foundation providing invaluable assistance wherever required.

The Kenya Wildlife Service

Vision

“To save the last great species and places on earth for humanity”

Mission

“To sustainably conserve, manage, and enhance Kenya’s wildlife, its habitats, and provide a wide range of public uses in collaboration with stakeholders for posterity”

Core Values

“Passion, Professionalism, Innovation and Quality”

 

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is the world’s leading independent conservation organisation. Our mission is to create a world where people and wildlife can thrive together.

To achieve our mission, we’re finding ways to help transform the future for the world’s wildlife, rivers, forests and seas; pushing for a reduction in carbon emissions that will avoid catastrophic climate change; and pressing for measures to help people live sustainably, within the means of our one planet.

We’re acting now to make this happen.

It has always been the intention of the Safina Lion Conservation charity to work with zoos, the name of our charity is after-all named after a lioness born at a zoo in the UK. We believe that zoos are a brilliant place to inspire the public to take an interest in the plight of their wild cousins and that zoo lions are a very important resource to inspire and educate the public about wild lions. Many zoos fund conservation initiatives working in-situ and we are proud to work with zoos and assist them with their goal of wildlife conservation. For more information on our Ambassadors For The Wild project please click here.