RFCG fan filled her soul with the Spirit of Africa and has kindly offered to translate our website into Italian

25 Oct
Photo taken by Rita Sambura in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest ,Uganda

Rita Sambura , who was born in Italy and now lives in the USA , had this to say when she visited Uganda  ”  I got back yesterday from Uganda. I have no words to describe it. The experience with the gorillas, the chimps and the birds is going to remain with me forever, as will those beautiful people.

Africa’s bug ? I had it already, but now it is a disease.  Ah, le mal d’Afrique… I can’t wait to go back. Soon.”

Rita who is an avid bird enthusiast, and who was recently made aware of the good work that the Rare Finch Conservation Group is doing with the threatened Shelley’s Crimsonwing in Africa , has very kindly offered to translate the RFCG website into Italian. We all know that Google offer a translation facility, but speak to any language expert and they will tell you that the Google translation is never quite the same as when a person that speaks the language, and knows the topic, does the translation work. We thank Rita in advance for this very kind gesture and look forward to reaching a new audience in our global public awareness and fund raising campaign .
The RFCG has no full-time staff members and every member of the group volunteers their skills and services free of charge in the interests of advancing finch conservation work
If you would like to make a donation to the Rare Finch Conservation Group then simply click onto the PayPal button below. All donors will be publicly acknowledged on the RFCG website

The Rare Finch Conservation Group is registered in South Africa as a non-profit organisation . It is totally dependent on donations and sponsorships for its future survival . The RFCG is currently raising funds ( US$ 25,000 is needed ) to finance its planned Phase 3 field research work in Uganda.  For more information on this pioneering conservation group please contact editor@avitalk.co.za

2 Responses to “RFCG fan filled her soul with the Spirit of Africa and has kindly offered to translate our website into Italian”

  1. Brenton October 25, 2011 at 12:07 #

    Thank you Rita! I hope that the RFCG received my recent online donation?

  2. eelcomeyjes October 25, 2011 at 16:58 #

    Hi Brenton , yes thanks so much for your recent donation . We really do appreciate your ongoing support . We were off line for a couple of days ( the joys of living in Africa ). Bit by bit we are trying to reach our USD 25,000 target

    Kind regards

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