May 2017 – Part of the Caleo Foundation, Jock Safari Lodge, in the Kruger National Park, has received an Award of Appreciation for its work supporting the KNP Section Rangers at this year’s Kruger National Park Achievement Awards held on Friday 26 May 2017.
Estiaan Houy, the Jock Environmental Monitoring Unit (JEMU) Team Leader, received the award on behalf of the Jock team.
Comments General Manager, Louis Strauss: “It’s a proud moment in our history for Jock Safari Lodge to have been recognised for the work done by the Jock Environmental Monitoring Unit whilst also helping with the rehabilitation of Jemu- the rhino abandoned as a result of poachers.
“Jock Safari Lodge places great importance and focus on educating guests about wildlife, conservation and eco-efforts in order to support future generations.”
This is an annual awards evening, held by the KNP Executives, to recognise staff of the Kruger National Park, for excellent work done throughout the year. The event continues to play a big role in encouraging those excel in their field of work.