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New building provides avenues for Sattenapalli orphans

‘When you consider the orphan population of India is the same as the population of Belgium, we are not out to change the world, just make a small difference’, emphasised Ashley Platen-Mills from Adventure Aid UK as they officially opened the doors to their new orphanage in Sattenapalli, India.

Cystic Fibrosis Australia

Cystic Fibrosis organisations in Australia provide support and services to people with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) and their carers and families. This is complemented by a commitment to research and a quality improvement program focussing on improved clinical care for people with CF. Each State and Territory (except Northern Territory) has a Cystic Fibrosis organisation devoted to providing a range of support services. These include counselling, information workshops and seminars, case management, comprehensive home care services and professional development for allied health personnel, financial support to take part in physical activities, information on cystic fibrosis for key milestones in a persons development such as, for newly diagnosed parents, for teenagers transitioning from a children's hospital to an adult hospital and issues people face as an adult CF.

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Five lion cubs born to captive bred mothers, now living independently in a semi wild reserve

Give Giving a Go can exclusively report that two captive bred lion prides, living in a semi wild environment in Zimbabwe, have successfully produced five second generation cubs, which are now being raised independently by the pride without any human contact.

‘It is an exciting time; the first born cub is now two years old, so is classed as an independent member of the pride and she is thriving and acting like any wild-born lion’, said Helen Rennie, the Development Coordinator.

The success is part of the African Lion and Environmental Research Trust (ALERT) lion breeding project which aims to successfully release captive bred lions into the African Safari. The project has four stages of implementation and is currently nestled nicely at stage two. ‘When they are old enough, these cubs - and others like them born into the program - will be reintroduced into appropriate national parks and reserves’, continued Helen Rennie.

Conservation News

Conservation leads to rural community development

Conservation leads to rural community development

A two year rural development and joint conservation pilot scheme, in Camdeboo, Mountain Zebra and the West Coast National Park, South Africa, have seen major potential benefits for rural communities as well as continued gains for conservation.