Travel and Conservation Writer, Charlotte Beauvoisin talks Conservation in Africa in the midst of Pandemic.
In this episode, Travel and Conservation writer/blogger Charlotte Beauvoisin talks to Kojo Bentum-Williams about Conservation in Africa during the Pandemic. British expat Charlotte Beauvoisin moved to Uganda in 2009 as a Voluntary Service Overseas volunteer working on anti-poaching and human-wildlife conflict projects. She now lives on the edge of Kibale National Park, a protected area that is famous for 13 types of primate including chimpanzees.Charlotte is a contributor to the Bradt Uganda Guidebook and has written for SWARA Magazine, Lonely Planet, Fodor's Travel, The Daily Telegraph and Horizon Guides. She is a writer, marketing manager and trainer.Her award-winning blog Diary of a Muzungu takes readers off the beaten track in search of adventure, conservation stories and cultural encounters across East Africa. She has worked with many conservation organisations across East Africa, mostly in a voluntary capacity. Connect with Charlotte here Diary of a Muzungu