Recipients of Children of Conservation scholarships have gone on to achieve great things. Here are some of their stories:
This is Hermine Etoki. She received a scholarship to attend one of the best schools in her area as a result of her father working at Limbe Wildlife Center in Cameroon.
Hermine recently completed her higher education with a bachelor's degree in banking and finance. She is currently an intern at a business close to Limbe Wildlife Center.
This is Michael. He recently graduated from university with a degree in computer science.
He received a fully-paid internship with a company in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. He was the first person in his family to travel outside of Cameroon. He enjoyed his visit so much that he has remained in Abu Dhabi to learn more and see more of the world.
He donates 10% of everything he earns to Children of Conservation so that people like him can benefit from an education.
He says: "I came from the source of generous help from people who don't know us but decided to help us. So I would love to also be an inspiration to these children, not only as someone who benefited from that scholarship but also someone willing to do the same thing to help this children!
For the little I earn, I can manage to give out 10% to also help this project because I know it might be so small for me to give but that can serve a great help to an individual in need!"