The African Elephant Fund is working to ensure a secure future for African elephants and their habitats

The African Elephant Fund is working to ensure a secure future for African elephants and their habitats.


Elephants are vital to our ecosystem. Yet the population of elephants is steadily dwindling, by almost 8 per cent every year.   We must step up efforts to manage and protect our biodiversity, including the African elephant.

Erik Solheim, Head United Nations Environment




Videos


The Amazing World of Elephants documentary from the AEF project in Ghana entitled: Elephant Conservation Through Law Enforcement And Stakeholder Engagement In Mole National Park And Its Corridors.

Educational Awareness documentary entitled:The Amazing World of Elephants. The d ..


News



Rangers recognized for their selfless efforts in wildlife conservation
UN Environment through the African Elephant Fund Secretariat was privileged and honored to participate as judges that nominated and evaluated one hundred and thirty-eight (138) wildlife rangers. ..

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Amboseli-West Kilimanjaro-Magadi-Natron Ecosystem Aerial Mammal Count
The Government of Kenya officially launched the aerial census of elephants and other large mammals in Amboseli-West Kilimanjaro

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The 10th African Elephant Fund Steering Committee Meeting Hosted by Government of Botswana
Bostwana hosts the 10th African Elephant Fund Steering Committee Meeting, 1 - 3 March 2018

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New publication highlighting activities of the African Elephant Fund Secretariat launched recently in the CMS COP 12
African Elephant Fund : Transforming Strategies into Action report demonstrates the relevance of the activities funded so far through the African Elephant Fund mechanism to the eight objectives of th ..

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Efforts Combined to Enhance Conservation for the African Elephant
A fantastic start to 2017, with the governments of Belgium, France and Netherlands supporting the African Elephant Fund with contributions towards conservation efforts for the African elephant.  ..

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