Adolf Jaison Moomba was born in 1992 in Mazabuka in Zambia and completed his secondary education at Zimba High School in 2009, obtaining a full certificate.
In his spare time, Adolf has been involved in reforestation programmes which were initiated by the Green Pop organisation. He fell in love with the environmental activities he was involved in and then decided to join Children in the Wilderness as an Eco-Mentor at Holy Cross School. Adolf was a tent leader, looking after eight boys at the Children in the Wilderness annual camp that was held at Toka Leya recently. He was also a team leader and presented a lesson on the importance of trees and the reforestation topics.
“I studied at Victoria Falls University and obtained a qualification in Business Administration in 2015. I then worked for Livingstone Tourism Association as an Administrative Assistant before meeting my dreams to study the bridging course in Environmental Education at the Southern African Wildlife College in 2016. I have completed my in service training with Wilderness Safaris at Toka Leya Camp in Livingstone. I never knew what nature was and its benefit in totality until I set my foot in Southern African Wildlife College. This was a turning point and now nature is my friend. I pledge to support and protect its relevance.”
Having completed the bridging course at SAWC in 2016, Adolf developed a further interest in conservation, and would like to pursue a career in Nature and Conservation. He would like to further his studies at SAWC in 2018 by doing a Higher Certificate in Nature Conservation Implementation and Leadership (NQF Level 5 and Level 6) for the Advanced Certificate in Trans Frontier Conservation Management. Read more about Adolf here.
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