Five Rescue is a research laboratory that welcomes all sciences in order to find a methodology that can be sustainably applied to save and protect endangered species.
Art has a privileged place at Five Rescue and is used complementary with science to educate and make aware of the importance and beauty of every life form.
Providing solutions and educating people through examples and art is only efficient if properly enforced. We will closely work with competent authorities and policy makers in order to apply and enable ways to protect the endangered wildlife.
Five Rescue is not a foundation but a self-sufficient, self-financed company (LLD). What this means is that it can survive and continue the good work without being dependent on volunteers and external revenues or donations. This also brings independence in a broader sense as we can make and defend our own policies without external influence.
Frédérique searched for a way of giving back to the community and being particularly sensitive to the animal cause, contacted the Jane Goodall Institute, one of the largest Wildlife Research Institute in the world, in order to help them finding a way to protect animals.
Encourage awareness of each life form importance and encourage small gestures of kindness towards animals in order to reverse the destructive trend.
Loosing an individual of a species is already a tragedy. Loosing an individual of an endangered species or an entire species extinction is a catastrophe of overwhelming proportions.
The idea to create an in-house research laboratory that will direct all the scientific aspects takes shape and Five Rescue is created.
Acquire endangered species habitat, especially current hunting grounds for endangered wildlife, transform them in educational safaris and protect the animals.
Preparation of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the world's largest technical professional organization for the advancement of technology Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
Vision, science, arts and action. We strongly believe that with the help of science, arts and policy makers we stand a chance in saving an endangered or threatened species.