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Tusk Trust - Ngare Ndare Scouting

The Ngare Ndare Forest Trust

Mount Marsabit, in northern Kenya, is an important regional watershed and provides critical habitat for wildlife including elephant, rhino, lion and Grevy’s zebra.

Lamu Beach Plastic Collection

Turning the Tide on Plastic Pollution

The Lamu Archipelago is one of Kenya’s most popular tourist destinations, famed for its historically important Swahili settlements, traditional dhows, and white sandy beaches. However, keeping these beaches clean and safe – not just for tourists, but especially for endangered turtles – has become a growing challenge, as each high tide brings in a new wave of plastic pollution from the Indian Ocean.

PACE Luangwa School

Conservation Education – Making A Difference

Results from surveys conducted earlier this year and in 2017 confirm that Tusk’s PACE (Pan African Conservation Education) programme is in great demand and is making a real difference to conservation efforts on the ground.

Tusk Welcomes UK Ban On Ivory Sales

Tusk welcomes today’s announcement from the UK’s Secretary of State for The Environment, Michael Gove, confirming that the UK Government will ban ivory sales to protect the future of elephants in Africa and Asia.

CLAWS Conservancy - Secharo and Sister

Big Cats and Little Cats

As Animal Friends Insurance launch their Big Cat – Little Cat campaign in support of Tusk, we look at how naming lions can help with their protection, with the CLAWS Conservancy in Botswana.

Conservation Heroes - The Crane Man

"Before we started working to protect grey crowned cranes most people did not know the bird was endangered and rapidly dying out in Rwanda." - Olivier Nsengimana, Founder, The Rwanda Wildlife Conservation Association.

A Step Back for South Africa?

In a move that would prove a disastrous step back for the country's conservation efforts, South Africa's high court has upheld a decision to legalize domestic sales of rhinoceros horn.