Our innovative platform connects you to the people, initiatives and organizations on the ground in Africa and effectively tackling the poaching crisis and the human/animal conflict. We're working tirelessly to help prevent the extinction of Africa's endangered animals - and we know you want to help - we'd like to make it so easy for you, you can't say no! At $5 a month it's less than a Netflix subscription or Latte!
We film the projects YOU fund and broadcast them back here for you to SEE and EXPERIENCE your funds in action and making a difference - #FullTransparency
In honor of World Elephant Day, Over and Above Africa documented one of the conservation programs adopted by forward thinking game reserve, Nambiti Private Game Reserve in the Kwa Zulu Natel region of South Africa.
Working together, we can prevent the decimation of Africa's endangered wildlife through such programs and you can join us in our efforts! Minimum expense, maximum impact! Changing "how" we give through micro-financing and #AffordablePhilanthropy!
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Raising funds using micro-financing to prevent Africa’s most vulnerable animals from becoming extinct.
Click here to see a few of the causes we have helped through our Over and Above Africa community. Because we film the funds we raise being used and turn into "mini-docs" - you get to "meet" our partners on the ground and literally SEE and EXPERIENCE your contributions at work affecting change.
Over and Above Africa was created after seeing a stunning visual presentation of footage shot from a drone high over Africa's beautiful landscape. The drone was, in effect, protecting & filming all the animals within its vision and scope - our community is designed to do just that!
Some of the amazing photos our team and award-winning photographer friends have shared with us from their travels through Africa to bring awareness around this epidemic. A very special thank you to Beverly Joubert, Raymond Stone, Alan Feldstein, Kerry David, Steven Freese, Gemma Smith and Emma Gatland & for their kind permission to publish here on our Over and Above Africa platform.