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Tusk Ball raises £450,000 for African conservation

Royals, Zara Tindall, Peter Phillips and celebrities Deborah Meaden, Rachel Riley and Levison Wood were among those who attended the Tusk Ball, at the Natural History Museum, to help raise vital funds to amplify impactful conservation work across Africa.

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Tusk Awards Winners: Where Are They Now (IV)

In 2022, we'll be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Tusk Conservation Awards. To mark a decade of shining a light on conservation heroes, we're catching up with the winners of years past to find out what they've been up to since winning their award.

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Tusk Award Winners: Where Are They Now (III)

In 2022, we'll be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Tusk Conservation Awards. To mark a decade of shining a light on conservation heroes, we're catching up with the winners of years past to find out what they've been up to since winning their award.

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African Leaders Come Together To Build Resilience In Conservation

The third Tusk Conservation Symposium took place last week at the Sarova Mara Game Camp in Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve and saw 57 delegates from 15 African countries congregate to strengthen the conservation sector. Generously sponsored by the Nick Maughan Foundation, with vehicle support provided by Land Rover, delegates spent four days sharing their knowledge and expertise to collaborate around the theme ‘Building Resilience in Conservation.’

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Reflections On The 2022 Tusk Symposium

Tusk CEO Charlie Mayhew looks back on the success of the 2022 Tusk Conservation Symposium, which brought together 60 delegates from 15 countries across Africa.

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Tusk Award Winners: Where Are They Now?

In 2022, we'll be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Tusk Conservation Awards. To mark a decade of shining a light on conservation heroes, we're catching up with the winners of years past to find out what they've been up to since winning their award.

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Tusk Award Winners: Where Are They Now?

In 2022, we'll be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Tusk Conservation Awards. To mark a decade of shining a light on conservation heroes, we're catching up with the winners of years past to find out what they've been up to since winning their award.

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Introducing 2021 Prince William Award Winner, Simson Uri-Khob

Simson is the CEO of the Save the Rhino Trust, having worked with the organisation for 30 years. His work has supported efforts to bring back the desert-adapted black rhino from the brink of extinction. Today, rhino numbers have increased and conservancies are supported to employ locally-recruited rangers, provide education and health improvements and help for farmers.

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