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Jamma’s New Office Residents

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New Residents at
The Jamma Office

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By Jamma International's office, we are delighted to have some irresistibly cute fox cubs that have captured the hearts and attention of our dedicated employees.

These playful little creatures bring a delightful energy to our surroundings, reminding us of the beauty and wonder of the natural world we strive to protect.

Their presence serves as a daily reminder of our shared commitment to wildlife conservation and inspires us to continue our efforts with passion and dedication.

Jamma International fully supports this project in collaboration with the University of Oxford, Cornell University, and WWF Germany. The focus of this project is primarily on conservation areas in sub-Saharan Africa. The project is meant to crucially enable the inclusion of rural Africans, to better inform conservation and development policies in sub-Saharan Africa and internationally.
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Jamma’s support of the Morally Contested Conservation

Jamma is currently looking for an office-based intern to support our existing projects through their technical and research skills.
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Jamma Internship: Closed for Application

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2023

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Mental Health
Awareness Week

Our Brain Smart training, led by former prisoners, empowers individuals by teaching them how the brain works and how to turn negative situations into positive ones through practice and understanding. The impact has been incredible! With overwhelming positive feedback and fantastic engagement in prisons, we're excited to announce that over 150 Mental Health Ambassadors have joined our cause through this training. Together, we're changing lives and making a difference!

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This week is 2023's Mental Health Awareness Week, with anxiety as the theme. One of our incredible projects is our partnership with Unlock My Life, which was launched in 2022. Together, we have been working hard to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health in prisons across the UK and ensure access to vital support.

At Jamma, we are deeply dedicated to empowering individuals and communities, and that includes fostering a culture of mental health care. Our commitment to this cause has given us invaluable insights into the significance of recognising and addressing mental health challenges.

Jamma International fully supports this project in collaboration with the University of Oxford, Cornell University, and WWF Germany. The focus of this project is primarily on conservation areas in sub-Saharan Africa. The project is meant to crucially enable the inclusion of rural Africans, to better inform conservation and development policies in sub-Saharan Africa and internationally.
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Jamma’s support of the Morally Contested Conservation

Nature is so central to our psychological and emotional health, that it’s almost impossible to realise good mental health for all without a greater connection to the natural world. Here at Jamma, we clearly see the link between the wellbeing of people and the wellbeing of our planet
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Mental Health Awareness Week

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Jamma’s Newest Team Members!

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Jamma's Newest
Team Members

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Jamma is proud to welcome our newest members onto the team.

Please read on to discover a little more about our new Jamma members. 

Born in Germany, Dominik moved to southern Africa at the age of 25 where he spent the next 10 years in the field working on landscape-scale conservation initiatives across the Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA). His work was followed up by a PhD on lion movement within a multi-use landscape and the roles of wildlife corridors in 21st century conservation.

Lesle is a South African attorney holding two additional postgraduate degrees, namely an LLM in Indigenous Peoples in International Law and another LLM in Rule of Law for Development. She has joined Jamma International to help develop diverse legal empowerment strategies for Community Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM).

Alison is a British conservationist who is passionate about wildlife conservation, both on a global and national scale, with particular interest in endangered species and those that are victims of illegal wildlife trafficking and poaching. Alison has carried out a variety of voluntary work both within the UK and Africa.

Born in the UK, Theo is an ecologist, zoologist, and conservationist holding a BSc in Zoology, and a MSc in Global Wildlife Health and Conservation both from the University of Bristol. Since his graduation, he has spent time in the UK as a zookeeper at the Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent where he learned how to work alongside a variety of charismatic big cat species as well as how to engage members of the public in conservation.

Jamma International presents the video of Dr. Moreangels Mbizah’s conservation journey created as part of Resource Africa’s ‘Let Africans Decide’ series.
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Dr. Moreangels Mbizah’s Conservation Journey

Jamma International is recruiting for an exciting new role of Communications Intern. This role will undertake the development of Jamma International’s communications and social media strategy.
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Jamma Communications Internship: Closed for Application