Partners and Sponsors

Partners:

ste-logo_final-01-e1448808541408Elephants Alive (formerly known as Save the Elephants South Africa) has its founding roots in Save the Elephants (STE). We share all our tracking data with STE and are grateful for the database management and scientific expertise when analysing tracking data sets. The Elephant Crisis Fund is supporting the work we are currently doing in Parque Nacional de Limpopo. Dr. Iain Douglas-Hamilton serves on both our Management and Scientific Advisory Committees.

pams_logo_blackPAMS Foundation, based in Tanzania, and Elephants Alive have formed an alliance to design and implement meaningful and viable protective and preventative technologies in a designated focus-area within The Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area (GLTFCA). The project is known as the “Greater Kruger Elephant Protection Project” (GKEPP), this alliance is in agreement that the GPS collaring of specific (carefully chosen) elephants within the focus-area will play a vital role in establishing meaningful protective measures, particularly within critical areas of Mozambique’s Limpopo National Park (LNP).

To battle the surge in ivory poaching, the Elephant Crisis Fund is identifying and supporting the most effective projects and partners in Africa, and in ivory consuming nations, to end the ivory crisis. The Elephant Crisis Fund is funding Elephants Alive’s work in Parque Navional de Limpopo in Mozambique, funding on the ground research into the poaching situation and the operating expenses of recent collaring operations.

facebook_profileBlack Mambas Anti-Poaching Unit  Elephants Alive has a long standing relationship with Transfrontier Africa and Black Mambas, working with them since 2006, and have assisted with the costs of training of new recruits, community education campaigns and online marketing. EA is currently working with the Black Mambas on the Pathfinders project that involves herding adventurous elephants who have broken out from the fence line back to safety in the reserve. Elephants Alive is contributing to the skills development of the Black Mambas and have employed two ladies to conduct our Bees and Trees research project.

catThe Conservation Action Trust (CAT) works for the protection of threatened species by reporting on conservation and environmental issues affecting these species. Elephants Alive has partnered with CAT to collar elephants in Parque Nacional de Limpopo and have depended on CAT to report on our activities in an objective way, valuing their high quality and speedy investigative journalism abilities. 

Sponsorship: Organisations
Arc for Africa
African Wildlife Tracking
Anthony Lane Design
Aalborg Zoo
Ferocious Love Apparel
Intel
Jaguar Land Rover South Africa
Khaki Fever
Lincoln Zoo
Maria Nila
Minneapolis Zoo
Meerendal Wine Estate – BIGFEET Elephant Foundation
Ndlopfu
PAMS Foundation
Perfect World
Relate
South African Breweries
SATIB Conservation Trust
Tanda Tula Safari Lodge
The Oak Foundation
Toyota
Transfrontier Africa
UNISA
US Fish and Wildlife Services
Wasteman Group
Wild Spirit
Wildcon Safaris and Events
Wilderness Safaris
Wildlife and Environmental Society of South Africa
Woolworths

Individual donors:
Andreas Liebenburg
Barry & Mandy Mence
Brian & Claire Makare
Bruce Jenkins
Dawie Fourie
Dianne Irish
Chris Pearson
Irving & Yvonne Tucker
Jerry Cohen & Madeleine Delman
Joubert De Lange
Lonnie Strickland
Mark & Jacqui Atkinson
Marlene McCay
Martin & Sophie Haupt
Michele Thomson
Nelda Villines
Peter Smelting
Phyllis Gower
Reimund Kuehn
Robert Mann
Rudolph Mohs
Song Lin
Stefan Breuer
Tony McClellan