HUMAN-ELEPHANT CONFLICT IS PREVENTABLE

BEE PART OF THE SOLUTION

With your help, we can ensure the coexistence of people and elephants, and restore critical wildlife corridors in Tanzania

We are working with local communities to alleviate human-elephant conflict, which is rapidly on the rise due to human population increase and severe habitat loss across Africa. Conflict occurs when elephants enter farmland that borders their natural habitat. Crops are destroyed, livelihoods are lost, and farmers retaliate. There are fatalities on both sides, and with hundreds of thousands of elephants already lost to ivory poaching, every elephant we can save counts.

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Times the world's deforestation rate occurs annually in Tanzania
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Percent elephant rangeland lies outside of protected area
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Remaining wildlife corridors in Northern Tanzania
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Minutes is all it takes for an elephant to destroy 1 acre of farmland

Join our new virtual challenge The Big Stomp!

Run, walk or cycle 54km in 30 days to protect a critical elephant corridor, with every stomp!
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Challenge yourself to something new, keep active, and follow in the footsteps of elephants while supporting our coexistence projects on route!

The Big Stomp virtual challenge by Wild Survivors

Join our team to make a long-lasting impact, with a monthly donation of £10

The good news is that the destructive cycle of HEC can be reversed. The elephant population in Northern Tanzania is slowly increasing by five percent each year (Ref: Great Elephant Census). Your support enables us to keep the peace, preserve the land and protect both elephants and people in these conflict hotspots.

Building a healthy coexistence between elephants and people requires long-term solutions for restoring wild spaces that directly benefit neighbouring communities. Wild Survivors use innovative, scalable and impactful initiatives – such as beehive fences, funded by you and managed by communities – to create highly effective methods of deterring elephants from farmland. Together, we are restoring critical habitat ranges and creating new community enterprises. What you do counts.

PROJECTS

KARATU DISTRICT, TANZANIA

Community-run coexistence strategy: Protecting elephants, farmland and forests with beekeeping and biofuel initiatives.

LAIKIPIA & TSAVO N.P, KENYA

Deploying BuzzBox wildlife tech devices in place of beehives to deter elephants from farms. A simple and efficient tech solution, keeping both people and wildlife safe.

UPDATES AND ARTICLES

Protecting Elephant Habitat

Wild Survivors is awarded new grant from The Elephant Crisis Fund to protect threatened elephant habitat

Elephants and our Environment under threat

Losing thousands of elephants to poaching has a direct impact on the health of ecosystems and the planet.