WHAT IS NOAH'S ARK?
Noah’s Ark is a state-of-the-art animal and ecological conservation park, covering 100 square kilometers on the North East coast of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. This will be the largest and most ambitious conservation project in history, with construction starting in August 2020. The £5 Billion development is supported by His Majesty The King of the Zulus and leader of the region INkosi Tembe under uMkhanyakude District.
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Investors and philanthropists invited to acquire shares in this project. Click here to request more details.
Why Noah's ARK?
The animal kingdom is at crisis point; climate change, over development, farming, ocean plastic and big game hunting and poaching are driving thousands of species off the face of the earth.
If humanity continues at the above trend the natural world will be gone in 20 years and the human race will be left fighting the horrific consequences of climate change to survive.
All South African businesses are invited to submit for the Noah's Ark supplier programme
Noah’s Ark intends to work with all its local suppliers supporting them in exporting their products around the world. Submit here
HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED
We are asking every person on this planet to get involved and help build Noah’s Ark.
You are Noah. We are one.
Pledge your Support by Signing our Petition and following our social media
Download and stream our single “It Takes The World To Make A Miracle”, now available on all platforms
Donate to our Cause via our GoFundMe campaign
STREAM AND DOWNLOAD
Music group Ark 4 Africa was created to record and perform music for Noah’s Ark.
Our first single “It Takes the World to Make A Miracle” will launch on the 27th September 2019.
The money raised from streams and downloads will help fund the Noah’s Ark park and supporting “Noah’s Ark Lifeboats” projects.
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