Jermain Ketji is a Namibian who spent his early years outdoors as a goat herder, where his love of nature first began. Today Ketji is the Community Engagement Manager for Wilderness Safaris. He has been in community-based conservation and tourism for over twelve years, starting as a research assistant doing work in the Okavango and Caprivi regions of Namibia to piloting agricultural tourism concepts in the Omaheke Region.
For his 60th birthday, Iga Motylska took her father on a month-long, 7000 km road trip around Namibia. Their tyre tracks stretched from the Zambezi Region to the Orange River and at times saw them sleeping in the back of his converted Landy.