In a family of seven siblings, Daniel Sithole is the third child. Volunteering work initiatives, inspiration from my mother who is a volunteer village health worker since early 80s up to date. An outspoken supporter of environmental conservation as a key component of sustainable development. Green Shango Environmental Trust’s founding executive director, a moving vehicle in the fight against climate change. The pioneer of fresh, innovative, solution-oriented programs aimed at achieving green a and sustainable development goals, influential with the ability to lead and motivate, with excellent communication skills and a comprehensive approach to manage the operations of a crop of young people who value nature and environmental restoration. A young nemophilist/biodiversity conservationist working to equip communities with the knowledge and skills they need to alter livelihoods, resilience, and adaptation through climate change projects. Final year student of undergraduate degree Bachelor of Social Science honors in Development studies at Lupane state University 2021. Holder of a Higher diploma in Environmental health and safety management 2020 Top 100 Young African Conservation Leaders (African wildlife foundation/WWF/YMCA). A farmer in Gway Valley who provide a long-term solution to human-wildlife conflict along the Hwange National Park buffer zone by growing sunflowers for poultry feed and bees bait for apiculture project.