The Sentinel team recently wrapped up an engaging in person private wilderness medicine training for guides at the base of Mt. Kenya. Due to current circumstances, instructors and students helped each other follow established COVID-19 prevention protocols for pre-course screening,
We are so proud of the creative efforts we have been part of to support our community of outdoor professionals and the places we work during such a challenging year. A shining example is this collaborative effort to elevate stewardship
Sentinel was founded on the concept of teaching and training guides to be better prepared for caring for clients and managing emergencies. As parts of our world attempt to reopen guiding in remote places, Sentinel stands beside guides and guide
Sentinel is founded upon the ideal that everyone deserves access to education and the benefits of nature. We are all deserving of equal opportunity and fair treatment. Our mission is driven by the former and our operations embody the latter.
APRIL-MAY 2020 COURSES POSTPONED After careful consideration of the rapidly evolving circumstances around Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have made the decision to POSTPONE all April-May 2020 courses in Tanzania and Kenya. This decision was not made lightly, but during this time,