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The Wildlife Ranger Challenge is Back!

Ranger teams spanning the continent call for public support as they join forces this September to bolster the anti-poaching efforts of thousands of their colleagues.

Ujeni - Living With Wildlife

Living With Wildlife

The Living with Wildlife project is a partnership between Send a Cow and Tusk to help protect the people and wildlife of Murchison Falls National Park in Uganda. It is supported by the UK government, which is matched all public donations that were given to the Living with Wildlife Appeal in early 2020.

LamCoT rubbish collection

Lamu: The Success Of A Community Grassroots Marine Conservation Movement

On a recent visit to Kenya's Lamu Archipelago, Tusk's Africa Programmes Coordinator, Ivy Wairimu, witnessed the incredible success that Tusk's partner organisation the Lamu Marine Conservation Trust (LaMCoT) has had in engaging the local community in conservation, protecting turtles and local fisheries, and reducing waste and pollution...

Rwenzori Mountain Peaks

Rwenzori Mountain Challenge for Conservation

Tusk is looking for adventurers to take on a 4-day trek through Uganda’s Rwenzori Mountains in support of our work. The adventure will include a visit to the Queen Elizabeth National Park and the work that Tusk is supporting on the ground through the Uganda Conservation Foundation.

HRH The Duke of Cambridge with the 2019 Tusk Conservation Awards Finalists

Tusk Shines Spotlight On Heroes of African Conservation

Last night, the seventh annual Tusk Conservation Awards were presented at a glittering ceremony at London's Empire Cinema, Leicester Square. Congratulating the finalists, Tusk's Royal Patron HRH The Duke of Cambridge spoke of how they and their colleagues are "truly inspiring and give us all hope that change is truly possible".

Protecting Kenyas Coastline

Protecting Kenya's Coastline

Kenya's coastal region has seen huge change in the last 30 years.  With a significant population growth, a sharp rise in the cost of living, and the fluctuations in tourism, the coastal communities are under increasing pressure.