Our first project is focusing on educating communities in Uganda that live with animals on how to co-exist with them. Human wildlife conflicts are on the increase in Uganda and Africa generally. Communities don’t know who owns wildlife. Many of them think that whatever is on their land is theirs. Many Ugandans have as a result ended up in prisons after killing wild animals. They are shocked to be told that they committed offenses by killing “mere” animals. We go village to village educating communities about wildlife, wildlife laws and the penalties involved in killing wildlife. This saves the animals’ lives and the lives of the people who live with them.