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1st Africa Weeks for the Animals Joins Students Together in Africa and USA!
Love of animals and art brings young students in Rwanda and USA together globally through friendship and conservation.
Art of Conservation, Inc is a groundbreaking non-profit organization located in Rwanda led by Julie Ghrist and her team, Valerie Akuredusenge, Eric Mutabazi, Innocent Uwizeye, Olivier Habimana, and Eusebe Mwizerwa. What joy these leaders have brought to all in these important days celebrating Africa, students and animals. The art that their students have lovingly created is simply beautiful and inspiring!
When learning about Art of Conservation, Inc., young 10 yr-old Floridian Brandon Wood, who has been featured nationally in the USA for his work for chimps, has taken on Art of Conservation as a project to further help the primates around the world. Brandon has created gorilla masks and is creating friendship bracelets to be sent to them! The public can become involved and help send a friendship bracelet to these wonderfully loving students in Rwanda. Visit
Read all about 1st Africa Weeks for the Animals, see pictures from Art of Conservation with links to their website and how you can help. Learn of this amazing friendship that has developed between these creative, loving students all the way from from Africa to USA at http://www.animalworldusa.org/
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About Animal World USA-International:
to understand, love and protect the amazing animals of our world.