In partnership with Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) , FCF is involved in a project to equip two micro dispensaries with solar power for lighting and to power important technologies to offer testing and more effective treatment.
With the financial support of the SCI Foundation and logistical support from FCF the micro dispensaries in Uvinza and Mfereji are now equipped with solar systems to power lighting and a range of new equipment (including fridges for medication, binocular microscopes and more).
In addition, beds and mattresses provided to the dispensary will allow 24hr medical care to patients, new born babies and to those who have travelled from far away the opportunity of receiving treatment.
Such support provides basic healthcare to areas that were previously void of facilities. Many Tanzanians from neighboouring areas will now also have shorter distances to travel to receive basic medical treatment.
Partnership between Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) and the Friedkin Conservation Fund (FCF). These videos where on a continuous loop at the 2008 CITES meeting.