Do you feel you're treated differently than men in APUs?
Collett: No, they treat me as an APU, not as a man or a woman.
Shipwe: No, I feel treated very well. It seems we are the first females to be in this field.
What have you learned since joining the Mambas that you didn't know before?
Collett: How to do a bush walk.
Shipwe: I have learned how to interact with animals of all kinds because I work with them almost everyday.
What can your community do to best support you?
Collett: Stop coming from the reserve and poaching, because these people are coming from our communities.
Shipwe: By organizing meetings so that I can go and teach them, young and old people, about saving our nature and reserves.