The All Out Africa Foundation assists local communities to develop eco-tourism operations. We advise and mentor community based eco-tourism enterprises to achieve success. We have supported projects including eco-tourism accommodation facility planning and development, activity planning and implementation, guide training and more. We work with various land owners, communities, reserves, national authorities (including ETA and ENTC) and international partners (including UNDP, CEPF, GEF) to ensure successful outcomes for communities, donors and clients.
The Izele Project is an initiative of the University of Kent supported by the Darwin Initiative which seeks to create a network of people and projects concerned with conservation and to map and share information of importance for eco-tourism and conservation. The All Out Africa Foundation is the Eswatini partner implementing this project across Eswatini working together with the Eswatini National Trust Commission and other conservation stakeholders. For more information visit Izele.org. An example of some of the information available is shared below.
Other similar projects
build a future
Support us to build small infrastructure needed for community wellbeing including classrooms, toilets, soup kitchens, homes, water supply and waste facilities. We identify needed infrastructure working with community leadership authorities then fundraise to purchase the materials and labour to complete the build while managing the whole project from start to finish with the expertise of our local team.
Support entrepreneurship development through enterprise education for youth, micro-finance support and business mentoring. The only real solution to poverty alleviation is creating sustainable micro-enterprises and supporting them to grow.