Complimenting the work done at DAKTARI Bush School & Wildlife Orphanage, the objectives of the outreach programme are the following:
- To spread the word amongst the local community, through the children, about the importance of environmental care and wildlife protection.
- To encourage to the local children to be proud of their heritage and to restore it where/when necessary.
- To educate the local underprivileged students on the benefits of recycling, reducing pollution, renewable energy and anti-poaching.
- To engage the municipality to reduce littering and wastage.
- To follow-up on each member's progress, creating incentives to succeed, and provide guidance and tools to apply successfully for Eco-tourism jobs.
- To organize cleaning operations once a month in the village, provide tools and guidance to keep the village clean;
- To organize educational bush-walk with Game Rangers, Field Guides and professionals involved in conservation;
- To organize motivational meetings with employees in Eco-Tourism (Field guides, Game Rangers, Vets, conservation specialists) and provide the information to apply successfully for jobs related to conservation;
- To organize meetings with nature conservation students;
- To organize extra-murals trips in wildlife sanctuaries to give the students the opportunity to appreciate their environmental heritage (Kruger National Park, Moholoholo rehabilitation centre).
- To give the opportunity to the kids to study South African fauna and flora;
- To obtain the WESSA eco label status for the 5 schools with help of the Wildlife club children.