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By partnering with local organizations, Tusk is combining conservation, education and community programs to make positive change — one step at a time.

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$50 will build 5 school desks.

$100 will sponsor a class to take part in an environmental education programme.

$150 will cover the monthly operating costs of a rhino surveillance team.

$200 will fund a year of forest protection from illegal logging and hunting.

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Posted: Oct 7

Good and Bad News from the CITES Conference Having addressed Tusk’s Time for Change event on the eve of the CITES conference, now that the conference is over CITES S More...

Posted: Sep 22

Prince William Calls for Worldwide Ban on Ivory Sales In an impassioned speech broadcast live from The View from The Shard London, Prince William today urged an audience of mil More...

Posted: Sep 21

UK Government Falls Short in Modern Day Ivory Ban Earlier today, UK Environment Secretary Andrea Leadsom announced plans for a ban on sales of modern day ivory. The UK alre More...

Nov 3

Tusk Conservation Lecture 2016

Nov 3

Royal Geographical Society,  London SW7
Gorilla Conservation and Improved Health Care – how are they linked?

Where:Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR
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Nov 5

Harold Benjamin Charity Ball

Nov 5

The Grove, Chandler's Cross, WD3
Black Tie Harold Benjamin Charity Ball in aid of TUSK with Rory Bremner

Where:The Grove, London’s Country Estate, Chandler's Cross, WD3 4TG
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Tusk Projects Across Africa

Since its formation in 1990, Tusk has raised over £20 ($30) million for a wide range of projects across the continent.

Tusk currently supports 57 field projects in 18 African countries that not only work to protect wildlife, but also help to alleviate poverty through sustainable development and education amongst rural communities who live alongside the wildlife.

Tusk - supporting projects across Africa AngolaBotswanaCameroonCongoDRCGuineaKenyaMadagascarMalawiMaliNamibiaNigeriaSouth AfricaSouth SudanTanzaniaUgandaZambiaZimbabwe
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