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When deer, rabbit, squirrel, hedgehog & owl become the "Bremen Big 5"

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"As a member of the forum anders reisen, climate protection is particularly important to us on long-haul trips." Managing Director Holger Asche and his company are not only focused on CO2 emissions. The local people are also important to him. All Ajimba journeys help thereby the people in the target areas to create future perspectives and improve the understanding of each other.

In the sense for our climate Ajimba African Tours decided now to compensate all resulting CO2 emissions with the flight and the land programs. That goes far beyond the normal measure because apart from flight also all on the Ajimba journeys in the destination area driven kilometers are compensated. The Bremen special organizer for journeys into southern Africa carries so the developing costs to 100%. With atmosfair gGmbH in Berlin a leading organisation was found, which uses the entire compensation in climate-friendly projects and thus helps the global protection of our climate.

Office dog Schoky
Office dog Schoky

Bremen Big 5 discovered:

When he recently enjoys the quiet of the morning in Bremen's Bürgerpark, Holger feels reminded of a game drive in the Kruger National Park, where deer, rabbit, squirrel, hedgehog and owl become the "Bremen Big 5". Together with office dog "Schoky", the newest member of the Ajimba team, Holger now tackles the tasks of the day with a refreshing morning stroll. Schoky, a Hungarian street dog mongrel of about one year old, who is given a new home by the Asche family, becomes a mediator between nature and business.

Instead of the sadness in the animal shelter, the Ajimba office is now his new field of activity. It goes without saying that Schoky will pick up a lot of caresses from all Ajimba team members. He enriches the completion of all our daily tasks.

Welcome Schoky...

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