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Tusk Trust - Okapi Conservation

Okapi Conservation Project

The endangered okapi is the only other living member of the giraffe family, and survives only in the forests of war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

Tusk Trust - Community Centred Conservation Dugong sea turtle sketch

Community Centred Conservation

Community Centred Conservation (C3) is an international network of grassroots marine conservation initiatives.

Tusk Trust - Walikale Gorilla Project

Walikale Gorilla Project

The eastern lowland, or Grauer’s gorilla lives only in the Democractic Republic of Congo.

Tusk Trust - Cheetah Conservation Fund

Cheetah Conservation Fund

Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) is the world’s leading organisation dedicated to saving the cheetah in the wild.

The Mount Kenya Trust

Mount Kenya is the second tallest mountain in Africa, with the largest single forest area in the country holding important species like elephant, black rhino, leopard and mountain bongo

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Inspiring African Children With Environmental Activities

The new PACE (Pan African Conservation Education) Kit 'Green and Sustainable Nurseries', is used to make tree nurseries, school and community gardens more environmentally friendly, and introduces principles of sustainability with wide-reaching application.

Gashaka-Gumti National Park

Tusk invests over £8.2m via our partners across Africa

As we near the end of 2019, Tusk is grateful to all our supporters for what has been another incredible year. We have been really overwhelmed by the generosity of so many donors, helping us do more than ever through our long-standing partners. The Tusk Ball In May raised an incredible £530,000, while our annual Safaricom Marathon in Kenya generated a further £350,000 for our work.

Tusk Ball 2017 at the Roundhouse

Tusk Ball 2017: A Huge Success For African Conservation

Tusk is extremely grateful to all our sponsors, performers, donors, guests and volunteers that made yesterday’s Tusk Ball at Camden’s Roundhouse such an incredible success. We are thrilled to announce that the event raised approximately £450,000 for our conservation projects in Africa, which we will aim to distribute in grants before the end of the year.