Updated: Jun 19
Elephants are on their way towards extinction. Over the last several decades, the population of African elephants has steeply declined from millions to roughly 350,000. In 1976, there were around 316,000 elephants in Tanzania alone. By 2014, roughly 43,000 were left. There continues to be a 30% decline year over year of elephants in Africa. Their slow breeding process is not enough to keep up with the horrific and unethical ivory trade industry. If we don’t do something about it, elephants will go extinct in the next 10 years!
Poaching doesn’t just negatively affect the elephants. Poachers are often linked to crime syndicates who are a burden to the people of Africa.
If we can stop the poaching, we can save the elephants and help African communities.
Join us as we set out to save the elephants of Africa. We have identified a four strategy approach to saving the African elephant:
Protection with rangers and surveillance
Awareness through missions and marketing
Communities providing sustenance and education
Efficiencies sharing best practices and resources.
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THE TIME IS NOW. We invite you to join us. With your help, we will save these gentle giants.