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What is a
A Community Safari is a two-day
adventure that brings together
the members of a community to
collectively identify, discuss and
test ideas to solve challenges,
using nature-based solutions.
Why go on a Safari?
“We are the only species with the power to destroy the
earth - and also the capacity to protect it.”
- Dalai Lama.
Air that is difficult to breathe, water that is
dangerous to drink, trash, and only a grey
To tackle such problems, communities
themselves need to take an active role in
But where can solutions be found?
After billions of years of R&D, nature has
discovered the secrets of sustainability.
A wetland is a perfect self-sustaining
wastewater treatment plant, a bed of moss
is the earth’s most advanced air purifying
machine, and microalgae are superb
energy generation stations.
If we can uncover and apply such secrets
(Nature-based Solutions) in our
communities, we could solve many of
The Safari route
Involving various ways of
bringing groups to the
same level of awareness
about existing problems
and relevant solutions
and so on).
Five groups of participants
(led by local
explore their own
playing cards and design
Selected ideas are
they could impact the
Teams present their
findings and ideas in
Why should you take your
community on a Safari?
A Safari is a great way to unite a local community
around the process of identifying problems and co-
creating solutions to them, in a structured,
innovative, fun and educational way.
• UNDP Accelerator Lab Ukraine developed and tested the
concept of the Community Safari.
• The Safari methodology, materials and tools are clearly
described and documented in an open-source Toolkit,
giving you the opportunity to run a Safari of your own.
• The Safari Toolkit is free and available on request.
• The toolkit is easy to use – print it – cut it out – and go
on a Safari!
How does it work?
• Info Booklet: a short explainer to help you promote
the Safari among your colleagues, partners and
• Organizer Guide: general instructions and best
practices for organizing a Safari, and brainstorming
• Media Package: brand guidelines, logos, poster,
social media package, etc.
• Event Roadmap: a to-do-list to help your
organization prepare for the event
• Solutions Card Pack: to be used by participants
during the brainstorming session
• Digital Map: instructions on how to create your
The Community Safari concept was developed by UNDP Ukraine’s Accelerator Lab, a global UNDP initiative aimed at
identifying, elaborating and scaling-up innovative and sustainable solutions for local communities.
Oksana Udovyk, Alison Reiszadeh, Ievgen Kylymnyk, Oleksiy Moskalenko, Tetyana Kononenko,
Anastasia Sakharova, Liam Totten, Ivanka Avilova