Descent Chimupeni

Descent, 16, has great artistic talent but a challenging future.

This Wildlife Protector lives with his grandparents and five other children after his parents died when he was two. He walks several miles to school each day and loves to draw animals.

Descent has amazing talents for an untrained child. With the help and guidance of an experienced mentor, Descent can reach his full potential as an artist and be able to help the African wildlife he loves.

Descent Is back in school and practicing every day to become a better artist.Our support and encouragement is what will keep him on the path to success.  Each time we visit the wildlife Center's Descent's artistic skill gets better and better.

Today, Descent is mentoring and supporting other students with artistic skills by assisting at the wildlife Center.



Descent has amazing talents for an untrained child.


Descent has amazing talents for an untrained child.
Anne monitors Descent's progress as an artist and as a mentor to other children


Anne monitors Descent's progress as an artist and as a mentor to other children
Each time we visit the wildlife Center's Descent's artistic skill gets better and better.


Each time we visit the wildlife Center's Descent's artistic skill gets better and better.
Methuli Tsdhuma with his mentor and headmaster,Mthenjwa Moyo


Methuli Tsdhuma with his mentor and headmaster,Mthenjwa Moyo

Methuli Tsdhuma

Methuli grew up on a farm near the border of Hwnge park and close to where Cecil was killed. He excelled in NGamo school and went on to study Nature Conservation. His goal is to become a park ranger and credits his success to having caring mentors .



Pride and Blessing

Both Pride and Blessing are talented artists who want to become wildlife biologists. Blessing is our first female scholarship recipient .