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 - The Ruaha Carnivore Project

The Ruaha Carnivore Project

The Ruaha Carnivore Project (RCP) operates over a huge expanse of wildlife habitat in central Tanzania, where critical carnivore populations frequently come into conflict with local communities.


Tusk Trust - Save Valley Conservancy - Elephant on Mokore – Donovan Jooste

The Savé Valley Conservancy

The Savé Valley Conservancy (SVC) consists of private, Government, and community-owned properties working together to manage animal populations on a landscape scale.


The Southern African Wildlife College

The Southern African Wildlife College (SAWC) was established in 1996 to give natural resource managers, at all levels, the motivation and skills they need to become partners in saving the continent's natural heritage.

South Africa

Tusk Trust - Tsavo Trust - Big Tusker Bull with cow

Tsavo Trust

The Tsavo Conservation Area (TCA) includes nearly half of Kenya’s total protected area.


Tusk Trust - Uganda Conservation Fund Vet_Research_Giraffe_MFCA_2015_©Sherry.McKelvie (1)

Uganda Conservation Foundation

The Uganda Conservation Foundation (UCF) was founded in 2001 to support the work of the national conservation agency, the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA).


Tusk Trust - Vulture Conservation Release

Vulture Conservation Project

Vultures play an important ecological role by cleaning up dead carcasses and decreasing the spread of disease.

South Africa

Wildlife Action Group

Wildlife Action Group (WAG), works to protect and restore Malawi's Thuma and Dedza-Salima Escarpment Forest Reserves. These protected areas are home to a diversity of species and 10% of Malawi's elephant population.


Wildlife Conservation Action

WCA is a Zimbabwean organisation that builds the capacity of communities to protect and co-exist with wildlife, while improving community livelihoods.


Tusk Trust - Yankari Game Reserve - Natalie Ingle

Yankari Game Reserve

The Yankari Game Reserve is home to Nigeria’s largest surviving elephant population, estimated at 350 individuals.


Tusk Trust - Zambian Carnivore Project - Wild Dogs

Zambian Carnivore Programme

With nearly 40% of its land area protected for wildlife, Zambia has the large expanses of wilderness that are necessary to maintain healthy carnivore populations.


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