From : Africaalbidatourism.com
21 February 2013
Rooiberg Winery (distributed by Big 5 wines in Zimbabwe) in association with Africa Albida Tourism (AAT) and Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit, proudly support the anti-poaching initiatives in the Victoria Falls area. A percentage of sales from each bottle of house white or red wine are channelled directly to VFAPU scouts for their operations.
Your enjoyment if a bottle of house wine will ensure that the dedicated team of VFAPU scouts continue with their incredible work of protecting our wildlife and environment.
The wine bottle labels boast a suite of magnificent drawings provided by well-known Zimbabwean artist, Gareth Hook, drawn for the cause.
Charles Brightman, a local safari operator and conservationist, together with Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, established the Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit in January 1999, in an effort to fight alarming level destruction that was taking place. Since this time, VFAPU has worked in close co-operation with the National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, and the Zimbabwe Republic Police to achieve many successes.
Victoria Falls Safari Lodge contributes monthly to VFAPU, supporting a number of full time scouts in the operation. Various promotional and awareness campaign are also held to benefit the cause.
Date Claimer: VFAPU Golf Day 2013 will be held in Harare in Friday 27th September 2013.
AAT will continue is ‘Green Steps’ program to ensure their community and sustainability footprint remains.