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Eliud Kipchoge Trains at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

Eliud Kipchoge Runs In Solidarity With Kenyan Wildlife Rangers

The World’s fastest Marathon runner Eliud Kipchoge visited Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in northern Kenya on Saturday to take part in a very special training run alongside some of the reserve’s wildlife rangers, and to help promote this year's Virtual Lewa Safari Marathon.

Tusk Wins CAF America International Philanthropy Award

CAF America Honours Tusk With Prestigious Award

Tusk is honoured to have been awarded one of CAF America’s 2020 International Philanthropy Awards, which was presented to the charity at a glittering awards ceremony held in Orlando on 14 January.

Tusk Trust - Maasai Mara Wildlife Conservation Association

Maasai Mara Wildlife Conservancies Association

The Maasai Mara Wildlife Conservancies Association (MMWCA) is a growing organisation of at least a dozen independent conservancies in the Greater Maasai Mara region (home to the famous wildebeest migration).

Tusk Trust - Conservation Through Public Health

Conservation Through Public Health

Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH) promotes gorilla conservation among local communities by improving healthcare and economic opportunities.

International Wildlife Trade Winners and Losers

Signatory countries of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) regulating wildlife trade have concluded a 10-day meeting in Geneva, securing stronger protection for many species, including giraffes.

Tusk Trust - © Blue Ventures

Blue Ventures

Blue Ventures works with coastal communities to develop sustainable approaches to marine conservation.

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Good and Bad News from the CITES Conference

Having addressed Tusk’s Time for Change event on the eve of the CITES conference, now that the conference is over CITES Secretary-General John Scanlon has hailed it as “a game changer that will be remembered as a point in history when the tide turned in favor of ensuring the survival of our most vulnerable wildlife”. Fifty-one of the proposals discussed over the fortnight were accepted, five were rejected and six were withdrawn. Governments agreed to take stronger actions in combating illegal wildlife trade, higher protection for entire groups of species, targeted demand reduction strategies for illegally traded wildlife, and agreement on closer engagement with rural communities.