The special celebration highlights the importance that African animals and its’ citizens play in the world and provide opportunities to protect and conserve the ever-growing endangered species of Africa.
(Johannesburg, South Africa) Africa Weeks for the Animals is being celebrated July 29-August 13, 2017! The annual celebration is spotlighting animals, advocates, humane orgs, sanctuaries, youth and community leaders across the continent. Among the scores of activities and events there is World Elephant Day, educational activities for young ones, art projects, donkey welfare education & ways to help, and ways to help provide youth and adults from Malaria by donating mosquito prevention nets.
Also celebrating Zambia Farmers Day, Rhino conservation, ocean conservation, low cost animal care services, rhino and seal protection, veggie events, pet adoptions, World Lion Day, UN Youth Day, South African Women’s Day, Art for Animals in Uganda and much more!
Underscoring conservation and protection, this is a unique opportunity to help the African animals and people by all of us collectively unifying on their behalf. Educators and students everywhere are encouraged to participate in projects. Children’s books will be donated to African schools. African organizations can be accessed on home page of website. To learn more, list an activity or co-organize an event, please visit the official website is http://africaanimals.org/