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Tusk Award Winners: Where Are They Now? (VIII)

This year, we're celebrating the 10th year 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.

The Tusk Rhino Trail

The Tusk Rhino Trail 2018

Following the highly successful Tusk Rhino Trail recently on display across central London, these unique works of art will be auctioned by Christie’s, the prestigious auction house, on 9th October 2018. View the lots and register to bid at: artsy.net/tusk-auction

Ujeni - Living With Wildlife

Living With Wildlife

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

Wildlife Ranger Challenge banner by Ami Vitale

Wildlife Ranger Challenge

Join more than 50 ranger teams across Africa in a global collaborative fundraising initiative to support the men and women working tirelessly in the face of the tragic economic impact of Covid-19 to safeguard the continent’s iconic wildlife.

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. 

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.

Headshot of Rachel Ikemeh

Introducing Tusk Award 2021 Finalist Rachel Ikemeh

Rachel Ikemeh is the Founder and Director of the SW/Niger Delta Forest Project. She works in one of the most insecure regions in the world building strong community relationships and working to save a Critically Endangered primate.

Miguel at a community farming project. Sarah Marshall

Introducing Tusk Award 2022 Finalist Miguel Gonçalves

Miguel has worked within Maputo National Park since 1999, becoming Park Warden in 2008. Under Miguel’s inspirational leadership across the last 12 years, the park has changed dramatically from a free-for-all hunting ground to a landscape able to support thriving populations of wildlife and recovering ecosystems, both in the ocean and on land.