How Does It Work? Understanding Our Wildlife Rescue Process

Wildlife rescue is a crucial component of conservation, where urgent care meets compassionate action. At WeWild Africa, our wildlife rescue efforts are deeply rooted in a commitment to the welfare of animals in distress. We respond to emergencies, rehabilitate injured wildlife, and rescue animals from perilous situations with dedication and expertise. Our team ensures the safety and well-being of each animal, combining professional veterinary care with thorough rehabilitation processes. We prioritize releasing animals back into their natural habitats, whenever possible.

Emergency Call Response

Whenever a call for assistance comes in, our team is ready to respond. Time is often critical in these situations.


Action Plan Development

We quickly assess the situation and develop an action plan, considering the specific needs and challenges of each rescue.


Resource and Logistics Mobilization

We gather the necessary resources, equipment, and personnel needed for the rescue. This step is crucial for a successful intervention.

Execution of the Rescue Plan

Our experienced team carries out the rescue operation, drawing on our vast experience and learnings from previous rescues to adapt to any situation.

Post-Rescue Monitoring

After the rescue, we closely monitor the outcome of our intervention. This includes providing medical care, rehabilitation, and preparing for the animal’s return to the wild, if possible.

Rehabilitation and Release

Injured or traumatized animals undergo a thorough rehabilitation process. Where possible, our goal is always to return healthy animals to their natural habitat, allowing them to live in the wild.

Community Engagement and Education

Part of our rescue effort includes educating local communities, helping to prevent future wildlife emergencies.


How You Can Help

The work carried out by WeWild Africa is only possible with the support of individual donors like yourself. You can join us and help us to rescue wildlife, rewild animals, and restore landscapes. 


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