Amakuelo wants to protect children, animals and nature against wildlife crime.

"My dream is to work with nature and animal conservation, as a ranger or accountant at some organization that fights to protect wild animals. And that dream could be a reality thanks to my bicycle,” says Amukelo. He is one of 100,000 children – a whole generation– in and around a national park in Zimbabwe and Mozambique are being educated through the Peace & Changemaker Generation project, as changemakers who can take a stand against wildlife crime, and for girl’s rights in their communities. The project is a partnership between the World’s Children’s Prize Foundation and Peace Parks Foundation.

Peace & Changemaker Generation is part of the World’s Children’s Prize (WCP) Program is the world’s largest annual program educating and empowering children to become humane changemakers who stand up for the equal value of all people, the rights of the child, human rights, democracy, and sustainable development.


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