Veterans for Wildlife is an international charity committed to the protection of wildlife and the world’s critically endangered species. By deploying highly skilled and experienced former service personnel, Veterans for Wildlife aims to play a key role in conservation and the prevention of wildlife crime.
As a people-focused organization, Veterans for Wildlife has two primary objectives:
– Supporting conservation entities and rangers at grass root levels. – Empowerment and development of veterans.
By facilitating critical capacity-building programmes, Veterans for Wildlife aims to develop the skill set and operational effectiveness of anti-poaching rangers. These programmes offer a unique opportunity to veterans, transitioning into civilian life, to continue to make a positive impact on society.
Like many South Africans with dual nationality Paul Brodrick left his home in South Africa to join the British militaryand saw service in Iraq and Afghanistan with the Royal Marines, but now he's back home and passing on the military…