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How Can Eco Tourism Benefit Humanitarian Aid?

The Queen Esther Project, Inc. (QEP) believes that in order to alleviate the ails of the world, one must think strategically, and out-of-the-box. There is great need for the human race to protect endangered wildlife, as well as feed the poverty stricken people of the world, provide schools for children, and bring sanitation /water to developing countries.

Africa is the world's second-largest and second-most populous continent, after Asia. With 54 countries, 877 million people, rich in natural resources, mind-boggling number of wild animals, Africa is the poorest continent on Earth.

Photo Courtesy: Wikimedia Commons/Charles J. Sharp.

Linked above is a "World Wildlife Fund" article that highlights how eco-tourism benefits humanitarian relief efforts.

The Queen Esther Project, Inc. (QEP) recognizes the urgency to bring attention to both endangered species, and humanitarian need. We are embarking on several projects that combine "humanity" with "wildlife," thereby, travel with purpose.

Our first trip will be to Uganda November 2023.

Unlike other eco-tourism trips, ours will have visits to local NGO's and chances to speak directly with the administrators of the organizations. The Queen Esther Project, Inc. also will be bringing with them agent hygiene needs for the communities we visit.

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Written: October 21, 2023 ~ 4:30 pm MST

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