Tusk’s mission is to amplify the impact of progressive conservation initiatives across Africa.
The charity has earned a reputation for providing a highly efficient solution for funding wildlife conservation programmes. We partner with the most effective local organisations, investing in their in-depth knowledge and expertise. By supporting and nurturing their conservation programmes, we help accelerate growth from an innovative idea to a scalable solution.
We also build long lasting relationships with our donors and seek to invest in long-term solutions because sustainable conservation needs sustained funding.
For 30 years, we have helped pioneer an impressive range of successful conservation initiatives across more than 20 countries, increasing vital protection for over 70 million hectares of land and more than 40 different threatened species. But the threat to Africa’s unique natural heritage remains real and more urgent than ever.
With your generous support, Tusk can, and will, continue to have a positive impact across Africa.
HRH The Duke of Cambridge KG, KT More about us
Despite facing some of the greatest challenges to international conservation in history, Tusk continues to be a shining light in what are tragically dark times for Africa’s wildlife.
Poaching, habitat loss and human-wildlife conflict are having a devastating impact on Africa’s wildlife. Finding space for both people and wildlife to co-exist is the ultimate conservation challenge …Learn more about the challenge
Tusk works with its project partners to find sustainable solutions to preserve critical habitats, protect endangered species, combat the illegal wildlife trade, empower local communities and promote environmental education.Learn more about the solutions
Tusk currently supports over 50 projects in 20 countries.View Tusk supported projects
Congratulations to the Ride 4 Rangers peloton team on completing a 1,407km Land’s End to John O’ Groats UK cycle ride as part of the Wildlife Ranger Challenge.
Tusk’s Royal Patron, The Duke of Cambridge, joined an online forum with leading African conservationists to discuss the impacts of the global pandemic on the sector, its implications on wildlife and communities and the solutions being adopted across the continent.
In a show of solidarity to the conservation sector, HRH The Duke of Cambridge has highlighted the current risk to decades of conservation progress and the inevitable impact the global crisis will have on jobs, livelihoods and wildlife on the African continent.