ABOUT US

Wildlife of Africa Conservation Initiative (WACI) is “A Special Wildlife Conservation, Research, Education, and Rescue Initiative” with a Vision to inspire “A Growing generation, knowledgeable and motivated to take positive actions on behalf of the ‘Wildlife’– Plants and animals that share our land and sea with us and the environment”.

This we hope to achieve through partnerships with, Individuals, Educational Institutions, Conservation Centres, Research Institutions, NGOs, the private sector and cultural organizations; nationally, regionally and internationally; to promote appreciation and knowledge of African Fauna and Flora particularly to young people, providing them with educational experiences that will inspire a love of all living things while fostering sound environmental practices and resource management.

Our broad Methodology is to Develop, produce, publish, distribute and create educational experiences and resources of all kinds which may include (but are not limited to): Education Action (Formal and Informal), Conservation Excursion Action, Social Action, Environment Action, Agricultural Biodiversity action, Research Action, Nature Action, Wildlife Rescue Action etc. through Live Events, teaching aid, videos, posters, web-based information, Mobile applications and online interactive activities making use of all existing and future communication technologies.

We provide a Platform for any African or Non-African Wildlife Professional or Enthusiast motivated to take positive actions on behalf of Wildlife of Africa through Volunteering. We also  seek working relationship partnerships based on the above-listed in paragraph 3, with any individual, Educational Institution, Conservation Centre, Research Institution, NGO, the private sector or cultural organization and wish to explore a Partnership Action with us and who wish to work with us on our vision, mission, goals, and objectives.

WACI, joins WaterKeeper Alliance® NY, as Lagos Lagoon Waterkeeper, focusing citizen action on issues that affect our waterways, from pollution to climate change and saddled with the responsibility of ensuring the society has right to swimmable, fishable and drinkable water by also preventing waste from getting to the water body especially plastics which affect both humans and Marine Animals such as Sea Turtles, which we are also working to Protect and Conserve in Lagos. Waterkeeper Alliance is a global movement uniting more than 300 Waterkeeper Organizations and Affiliates around the world. The Waterkeeper movement patrols and protects over 2.5 million square miles of rivers, lakes and coastlines in the Americas, Europe, Australia, Asia, and Africa. For more information please visit: waterkeeper.org

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About the Founder

Felix Abayomi
Founder and CEO, Wildlife of Africa Conservation Initiative,
CEO, Lagos Lagoon Waterkeeper, member, Waterkeeper Alliance,
Zoologist, Wildlife Management & Conservation of Species Professional.
USAID – WABiCC Trained CITES Expert.
Member, International Sea Turtle Society.
Member, Society for Conservation Biology.
Alumni Universidad De Internacional, Andalucia, Baeza, Jaen, Spain.
Alumni, Olabisi Onabanjo Univerisity, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria
US Phone: +19294276964
NG Phone: +2348034715121
Skype ID: felixabayomi@live.com
Personal Email – felixabayomi@wildlifeafrica.org
WACI Email – info@wildlifeafrica.org
Blog: www.felixwildlife.wordpress.com