“Conservation through Research and Education”
At EfA, we are dedicated to the conservation of elephants and other wildlife in their natural ecosystems. Preserving natural resources is vital to the continued survival of mankind, in terms of access to food, shelter and livelihoods, but also...
Research Conducting research on African elephants is vital to their conservation, since it helps us to understand their behaviour, resource requirements and responses to changing environmental conditions. Our research focuses on male...
Elephants for Africa aims to inspire people to be the conservation leaders of the future. Many communities throughout the world resent the wildlife that surrounds them. Some people feel that the politicians are governing for wildlife and not...
Elephants for Africa, founded by Dr Kate Evans, is a small charity that is committed to protecting the endangered African elephant.
We conduct research to understand the ecological and social requirements of African elephants, and put these into the context of human-wildlife conflict. We currently work in Botswana and South Africa, with local and international researchers, to deliver scientific data to local decision makers. We also run education programmes that focus on developing the conservation leaders of the future.
Helping the charity will ensure the conservation and greater protection of elephants in Africa.
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We believe that the British government should use funds from their Foreign Aid budget to help protect wild elephants in Africa.
Elephants are in extreme danger of becoming extinct within a couple of decades. We don’t want to be part of the generation that allows these magnificent animals to disappear forever.
An agreement to help save elephants was reached at the African Elephant Summit convened by the government of Botswana and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in Gaborone.
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