“Two days before I
flew into Kenya, I held one such exhibition in Wuhan where I
displayed wildlife-related photos,” Jiang said at the
headquarters of the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) in
devises programs and conservation strategies that are designed
to protect the wildlife and wild lands within the continent and
ensure a more sustainable future for Africa’s people.
Jiang said this is
the first time for her to visit an AWF facility after she got
touched and inspired by the organization’s projects in Africa
like the Classroom Africa Program, which nurtures conservation
leaders from an early age, adding that she will soon lay the
groundwork for future cooperation between her team and AWF.
Kaddu Sebunya, AWF
President, said that China, as a leading Asian country in
wildlife conservation that has been at the forefront of
environmental protection, has done its part and it was now
Africa’s turn to also play her part.