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The Doma project was born of necessity & opportunity, to address the following needs:

  • The Rescue & Rehabilitation of valuable and diverse wild ecosystems which have suffered under misuse.
  • The Re-establishment and Further Development of Conservation Initiatives.
  • The Integration of Indigenous Rural Communities through; Education, Stakeholder Involvement, Empowerment and Capacity Building.
  • To provide a realistic working solution for the integration of Sustainable Natural Resource use with responsible conservation oriented business ethics to best serve the above fundamental objectives.

Current Projects:

Re-establishment of Wildlife zones, Corridors & Ecosystem protection.

Establishing the integrity and security of designated Conservation areas, planning on a holistic level to achieve contiguous wildlife habitat for healthier ecological diversity.

Habitat Regeneration:

Reforestation projects to aid with rehabilitation of habitat within designated and surrounding Conservation Areas. (Integrated with Education and involvement by local communities, particularly school children).

Wildlife Restocking:

The reintroduction of indigenous and endemic species into Conservation Areas to improve genetic viability of populations which have been drastically depleted by intensive poaching in recent years. And to promote a more natural balance of diversity on a holistic basis.

Community Education & Betterment:

To proactively address the vital need for Community Enlightenment, Involvement in, and Enrichment from the objectives of this initiative. Addressing not only basic community needs such as Formal Education, Health Care, and Economic Empowerment, but more importantly their subscription to the principles of the project itself, with the key factor being capacity building.

Capacity Building:

Building the ability of these communities to fully appreciate the value of Conservation and ultimately to be equipped with the knowledge, skills and resources to not only be self sufficient, but also carry the expansion of these initiatives to other potential Conservation Areas and their Communities.