Three countries – we work where our elephants go
Plants & Trees
3000+ iconic trees monitored for elephant impact
300+ trees with vultures monitored for elephant impact
1500+ trees as valuable seed dispersers protected from elephant impact
1 Food garden, 2 elephant unpalatable crop gardens & 1 medicinal plant garden
2000+ elephants named and identified
200+ elephant collaring operations to track their movements
150+ beehives protecting trees, providing pollination services and income
25 years of studying elephants
12 Black Mamba Anti-poaching women up-skilled in beekeeping and permaculture
Creating networks of good by collaborating with:
>35 Non-profit organisations
>5 Communities around Protected Areas
>50 Corporate organisations
Creating life-long learners by supervising 10 PhD, 15 MSc, 8 BSc and 13 undergraduate fieldwork studies and degrees
Collaborating with 13 Local and 42 International Universities to produce:
> 50 Scientific peer-reviewed publications
Numerous listings, prestigious invitations and awards
"The question is, are we happy to suppose that our grandchildren may never be able to see an elephant except in a picture book?"
- Sir David Attenborough
Ensuring the survival of elephants and their habitats.
For 25 years, Elephants Alive have been studying and protecting southern Africa’s elephants.