Dedicated to environmentally conscious hospitality, conservation, and the education of children in rural sub-Saharan Africa.
The Lagoon House is owned by the philanthropically focussed Perivoli Trust.
All profits from Perivoli Lagoon House are initially allocated to helping to conserve the indigenous but endangered fynbos, the rare and highly colourful plant life that is endemic to the area, by clearing invasive alien species.
All surplus profits are allocated to the Perivoli Schools Trust – which is a Namibian registered charity that shows nursery school teachers in poor communities in sub-Saharan Africa how to organise their classrooms and create educational toys and games out of recycled materials. The charity employs 100 trainers and now has over 6,000 nursery school teachers under its wing in Namibia, Malawi and Zambia. Alongside the Lagoon House, the Perivoli School’s activities are funded by Perivoli Innovations.
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