The Bigger Picture project will begin in Feb. 2017 and take a year to complete. During the project Paske, Mackay, Deswarte will travel to Zambia to visit Kafue, one of Africa's largest national parks, where it will chronicle the poaching problem and the work and dangers faced by Africa's anti-poaching units.
Money raised through the team's artwork, film documentary and donations will go towards keeping those involved in anti-poaching safe through the provision of professional training and equipment.
"JGO is delighted to provide a full sponsorship to 'The Bigger Picture' project," said Dale Allen, JGO vice president of commercial operations. "Janus has nine offices in Africa, so a natural cohesion of interest exists between JGO and the dedicated team working on The Bigger Picture.
"We at JGO understand the necessity of protecting Africa's wildlife and are pleased to play a role in what The Bigger Picture will accomplish to help counter the threat poaching poses to Africa's future," Allen added.
"One of our corporate goals is to help improve the quality of life in the places where JGO works," Allen said, "and we're very pleased with the opportunity to make such a contribution through sponsorship of The Bigger Picture."
To support this project visit http://bit.ly/TBPDonate or https://tbp2017.com.
JGO is an integrated international stability operations company with more than 7,000 employees serving clients in North America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Janus' services include munitions response; demining; intelligence support; logistics; life support; risk management; communications; and other services in some of the world's most challenging and hostile environments. The company's website is www.JanusGo.com.
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