We install solar strobe lights on the enclosures (bomas) where domestic animals, produce, and livestock are kept at night to repel all sorts of predators. The strobe lights disorient lions and leopards and chase them away.
We travel the Tanzanian countryside, installing lights where they are needed to help rural communities protect their livestock in an effort to eliminate the retaliatory killing of predators.
Patti – “My name is Patti Vaughn, they call me Shangazi (auntie) in Tanzania. I am an American with a deep almost obsessive love for Tanzania, its people and its wildlife…”
Philipo – “I am Philipo Ormorijei, a resident of Nainokanoka… I am happy with the creatures of God, wild animals and livestock. I am the first person in Tanzania to request my friends from different countries to help me with lights in our village…”