Our programs engage the voices of humans living with and adjacent to iconic wild creatures in the conversation about conservation.

GMFER welcomes your creativity and support to amplify global voices; voices willing to pressure governments, world leaders and international organizations to act with urgency. An urgency that centers a livable earth for all living beings.

Plastic Free Zambia

Beat plastic pollution in Zambia

“… somewhere along the way we have become separated from nature. This can be seen by the way we pollute one of our most precious, yet often overlooked resources; our rivers and streams.” – Timothy Kamuzu Phiri, Mizu Eco-Care

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Mambas in the Park

The Black Mambas, their children, and the wisdom of nature.

Founded in 2013 by Transfrontier Africa, the Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit was the first indigenous, all-female anti-poaching unit in the world. The lady Mambas were first tasked with protecting the Olifants West Nature Reserve within the Greater Kruger region of South Africa.

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Happy Bruno’s Uganda

Help Happy, his people and GMFER protect Bwindi’s wildlife!

“You cannot protect the environment unless you empower people, you inform them, and you help them understand that these resources are their own, that they must protect them.” – Wangari Maathai

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Wild Kindness with Hoedspruit Animal Outreach (HALO)

Wild kindness begins with kindness to dogs.

Note: GMFER’s involvement with this project has ended. Nourish no longer houses dog kennels on its property. GMFER plans to work with Sam Keegan, cofounder and director of HAART (Helping All Animals in Rural Towns), to establish a similar program in the vicinity of Hoedspruit in the near future.

Hoedspruit Animal Outreach (HALO) is an animal welfare organization based in Hoedspruit, South Africa. HALO works closely with communities surrounding Hoedspruit to bring a slew of services to community animals and their owners; services that are solely lacking in the absence of HALO.

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A Mini Forest in Faridabad, India

Magical jewel: from garbage dump to a vibrant green mini forest.

The idea to turn a garbage dump into a thriving mini forest was formed when Samarrth walked by an informal landfill in Faridabad in 2017.

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