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.
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 ..
|Benin||-Understanding of Commercialization Channels of Ivory and Ivory Based Products Between Cote d’Ivoire, Benin, Burkina Faso, Niger and Togo.|
-Reinforcement of the Human- Elephant Conflict Management Capabilities in Burkina Faso. (see full project proposal)
|Burkina Faso/Benin/Niger||- Awareness Project for the Fight Against Elephants’ Poaching in the Cross-Border Biosphere of the W Reserve (PSLAB/RBTW).|
-Elephant Conservation Through Law Enforcement And Stakeholder Engagement In Mole National Park And Its Corridors. (see full project proposal)
-Reducing HEC Through Improved Monitoring, Stakeholder Engagement and Law Enforcement. (see full project proposal)
|Ivory Coast||-Improvement Of Knowledge Of The Elephants Involved In The Conflicts With Men/Amelioration Des Connaissances Sur Les Elephants Impliques Dans Les Conflits Avec Les Hommes. (see full project proposal)|
-Strengthening Law Enforcement Capacity In Close Collaboration With Local Communities To Protect The Gourma Elephants. (see full project proposal)
- Supporting SMART Ranger Patrols At Yankari Game Reserve To Strengthen Law Enforcement And Reducing Elephant Poaching. (see full project proposal)
- Using Satellite Collars To Provide More Effective Elephant Protection And Reduce Human-Elephant Conflict At Yankari Game Reserve. (see full project proposal)
- Strengthening Law Enforcement and Reducing Elephant Poaching at Yankari Game Reserve by Providing Rangers with Basic Field Equipment.
To find out more visit Wildlife Conservancy Society (Nigeria)