Tusk Supported Projects

Tusk has established a reputation for identifying and supporting an impressive range of conservation initiatives with an incredibly successful track record throughout Africa.

Tusk Trust - Mali Elephant Project

Mali Elephant Project

Established in 2003, the Mali Elephant Project (MEP) protects a unique population of 550 sub-desert elephants.


Tusk Trust - Mkomazi

Mkomazi National Park

Mkomazi, on Tanzania’s northern border and contiguous with Kenya’s Tsavo National Park, was established as a game reserve in 1951.


Tusk Trust - Northern Rangelands Trust 2

Northern Rangelands Trust

The Northern Rangelands Trust (NRT) was established in 2004 to develop community wildlife conservancies in northern Kenya.


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 - The Painted Dog Conservation © Nicholas Dyer

Painted Dog Conservation

The endangered African wild dog, or painted dog, has suffered a sharp population decline from over 300,000 in the early 20th century to around 6,500 today.


White Necked Rockfowl

Rainforest Rescue Ghana

Rainforest Rescue are connecting local communities with the conservation of their environment through sustainable eco-tourism, to protect important forest and endemic species.


Tusk Trust - Reteti Leaving the Frame

Reteti Elephant Sanctuary

Established in 2016 in the Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy in northern Kenya, the Reteti Elephant Sanctuary is the only community-owned elephant orphanage in Africa.


Tusk Trust - Rwanda Wildlife Conservation Association

Rwanda Wildlife Conservation Association

Rwanda Wildlife Conservation Association's (RWCA) primary focus is on the endangered grey crowned crane, which is threatened across its range by habitat loss and poaching.


Tusk Trust - Save the Rhino Trust Trackers scan for rhino. Photo credit Christie Keulder. jpg

Save the Rhino Trust

Northeast Namibia is home to the largest free-ranging black rhino population in the world.


Tusk Trust - Save the Waterberg Rhino - PC Wild Revolution

Save the Waterberg Rhino

The Waterberg area of Limpopo province holds over 2,000 rhinos - the third largest population in South Africa.

South Africa

Tusk Trust - Sera Wildlife Sanctuary

Sera Wildlife Conservancy

In 2001 local Samburu communities formed the Sera Wildlife Conservancy (SWC) with the aim of bringing together three historically rival ethnic groups to ensure the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources in their traditional lands.


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