Timbo Foundation is committed to protect the wildlife in Africa by creating corridors between the various existing natural areas so that the migration of wildlife becomes possible. In addition, she tries to involve the local youth through research, training and education in order to give them the opportunity for a career in nature conservation.
The Timbo Foundation was founded by ACC co-founder Albert Hartog in 2009
The Dream (Timbo 2050): to create one of the world’s largest wildlife corridors connecting Botswana to Mozambique for future generations
Koro River Camp was established in the reserve of the Timbo foundation to create recurring source of income to fund (i.e.) anti-poaching and nature preservation
The Foundation operates primarily in Botswana and South Africa but also raises funds directly for support of cancer research in The Netherlands.
Be a leading party in the realisation of corridors to Kruger and Mozambique
Train local people to find a job in nature conservation and hospitality
Reintroduce endangered species
Support research of land and species (e.g. game count, carrying capacity)