This project is supported by the South African subsidiary of L'OCCITANE en Provence.


To save 84% of all species (including ourselves), we need to conserve half of our planet's land and half of its sea. This goal is now part of the new Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework, agreed at COP 15 in 2023, with world leaders committing to protect at least 30% of land and oceans by 2030. This translates at the regional/local level in South Africa where Wild Tomorrow Fund protects, expands and restores habitat for threatened biodiversity. The wildlife corridor is located in a poor rural area where women are often marginalized and excluded from conservation work. It is crucial to provide them with decent jobs that guarantee income and empowerment, and to support women's equitable participation in environmental conservation. This not only helps restore habitats but also reduces poverty and improves the educational outcomes of their children.


Supported Project

In 2023-2024, the South African subsidiary of L'OCCITANE en Provence is supporting the Wild Tomorrow Fund and its project which aims to protect and restore a 1,283 ha (3,200 acre) corridor for the protection of the region's threatened biodiversity, from elephants and rhinos to endangered plants and butterflies. Our team of 14 Zulu women, the Green Mambas, are a vital part of the team and are working to restore this newly protected habitat. Their work is essential to restoring native wildlife ecosystems, but also generates sustainable livelihoods for these women that ensure their prolonged livelihood. living community, reducing poverty and investing in the education of their children.

Some Figures

Budget 2,000 euros

Goal 14 supported women