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How is Save the Kalahari San Involved?

 

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A visit to the remote Kalahari in 1998 led to the author-founder of SAVESAN writing "BUSH FOR THE BUSHMAN", Need "THE GODS MUST BE CRAZY" People Die?, a sequel to the movie telling the rest of the story of the San's plight. This was after sixteen years in Africa in a 35 year engineering-construction career which involved living and working on every continent but Antarctica.

The book was first available in August of 1992. By year end 1993, 290 media appearances /events had occurred to focus attention on the San's dire situation, all financed privately by the author as the Bushman's 'ghostwriter'. This included attending the Rio 'Earth Summit' and to a recent first ever convention in Botswana to focus on the 'Bushman problem'. It included appearances on CNN's International Hour, Monitor Radio International, and articles in major newspapers across America (and numerous other radio and TV slots).

SAVESAN's aim is to get the world's attention and effect a turn around like 'GORILLAS IN THE MIST' did for the mountain gorilla in Rwanda, or 'THE SERENGETI SHALL NOT DIE' did for the creation of that world class Tanzanian Wildlife Refuge.

SAVESAN is a 'low-overhead-action-orientated' effort on the SANS's behalf. To Save the San and their Kalahari habitat is no small order, but where there is a will there is a way.

PLEASE JOIN US IN TRYING TO SAVE MANKIND'S OLDEST LIVING LEGACY ALONG WITH AN IMPORTANT ECOSYSTEM. 

Book sales go 100% to SAVESAN activities.  Send your tax deductible donations to be passed on to finance aid to the beleaguered San.

 

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ECOTERRA International is a worldwide organisation supporting Indigenous Peoples. It stands for their right to decide their own future and helps them protect their lives, lands and human rights. ECOTERRA is a not-for-profit organisation, founded in 1968, which receives no funds from any national government.

 

also visit http://www.indigenousheritage.org/ where they are working to raise funds to lease or purchase ancestral lands in southern Africa, where communities of San can redefine their traditional way of life.