Protecting African wildlife
Climate change and human activity are pushing African species to their limit. From huge forest elephants to tiny pangolins, we need life in all its diversity to shape a healthier and better future for us all.
We're working together in Africa to save animals on the brink of extinction and those who could be next. We care about all life and working tirelessly to restore its wonder. Collaborating with communities on the ground and around the world, we’re driving forward a journey of recovery; protecting critical species and reviving essential ecosystems
Building a better future for the people in Africa who stand to lose the most from a climate and ecological catastrophe. By empowering people to protect their wildlife, supporting sustainable careers and influencing industry.
Identifying the species most at risk
Dja Faunal Reserve
Empowering local people to protect their home and the wildlife they live alongside.
Our Sea Our Life - Tackling unsustainable fishing practices
Scimitar-horned oryx returns to Sahara
This is only the second group to return to the wild after the species was classified as Extinct in the Wild by the IUCN in 2000.