Help keep the hope for Zimbabwe’s elephants alive.


Zimbabwe is home to the world's second largest population of African Elephant - mostly along the Zambezi River and in Gonarezhou and Hwange National Parks. Overall, Zimbabwe's population has dropped 10% since 2011 (Great Elephant Census). This places a massive responsibility on all of us to make sure that this number does not diminish further. 

African elephants in the Zambezi Valley, amongst other species, are under serious threat from poaching. In the past 13 years, 60% of the Valley’s elephants have been lost.

The Zambezi Elephant Fund is working with the local authorities, as well as a collaborative group of implementing partners across the Zambezi Valley to reverse this trend.



By bringing together a diverse set of skills and perspectives, we and our partners have developed highly effective anti-poaching activities that have started to contain this crisis.

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The Zambezi Elephant Fund is the sole beneficiary of this year's Saving the Elephants 10km Run/Walk in New York’s Central Park on November 17th. 

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The campaign against poaching begins by training the people on the front lines: the rangers. 

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We deliver strategic infrastructure in order to most effectively prevent poaching. 

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Find out about our organization, mission, our methods, and the results of years of advocacy.

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Photographs provided by Marlon du Toit + Chris Fallows