Born Free runs programmes and works alongside like-minded partners to conserve and safeguard African forest elephant populations in Liberia and African savannah populations in Kenya.
Our dedicated conservation projects encompass close monitoring of elephant sub-populations, employing practical and cost-effective ways to counter human-wildlife conflict, and working with national and local authorities in supporting ranger patrols to reduce poaching threats in order to safeguard wild African elephant populations, both now and in the future.
We are working across large territories in West and East Africa to provide unified and holistic programmes to conserve wild elephants and their forest and savannah habitats.
Our initiatives extend to tackling the issue of poaching, safeguarding elephant habitats from further human encroachment, and finding ways for people and wildlife to live alongside one another more safely.
With the benefit of your support we can boost our efforts and continue to implement our vital elephant conservation programmes while expanding into new areas.
Donate today and help Born Free conserve and protect African elephants and fight their exploitation.
Help us monitor and protect The Elephant Family in Kenya’s Amboseli National Park.