Upon moving to Africa, Dean Schneider, a Swiss banker and financial planner, decided to become an advocate for wildlife

Nowadays, the majority of people are preoccupied with accumulating wealth, buying costly goods, and keeping up with the latest fashions.

Humans’ insatiable desire for wealth and carelessness are putting natural resources at jeopardy.Is there anything we can do to preserve our world from environmental disasters like climate change and species loss?

There are still those who care about wildlife and are willing to put their lives on the line to preserve it for the next generation.

Dean Schneider, a Swiss youngster, has a deep appreciation for the natural world. Zurich is where he was raised and went to school.

An accomplished young banker prior to 2017, he gave up his high-profile, well-paying position to work for the conservation of South Africa’s native wildlife as a volunteer in 2017.

For the sake of being closer to nature, he sold his belongings and relocated to South Africa. He made many trips to Africa in search of sponsors.

Hakuna Mipaka, Dean’s long-awaited rehabilitation facility, was soon up and running. The 400-acre sanctuary was used to care for rescued and ill wild animals. »

Animals living in the harsh desert found it a haven of peace.

Nearly 9.4 million people follow Dean’s Instagram account. Natural beauty and wild creatures should be appreciated by everyone.

Our mentor, Dean, instructed us to guard our treasures.

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