10 Years
2008 - 2017
Dust, sweat & gears
Lnp

Lusaka National Park is Zambia's newest and smallest National Park established on the outskirts of Zambia's capital city. The park acts as a haven for wildlife close to the city as well as providing an important educational resource for local children.

Lusaka National Park has been provided 1 grant by the Elephant Charge totalling $21,875.

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The Kafue Trust operates to support the natural resources and tourism infrastructure of th the Kafue National Park

The Kafue Trust has been provided 1 grant by the Elephant Charge totalling $10,104.

Kasanka

Kasanka Trust is a non-profit responsible for the management, community development and tourism of Kasanka National Park and Lavushi Manda National Park in Zambia.

Kasanka Trust has been provided 6 grants by the Elephant Charge totalling $40,270.

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Conservation Lake Tanganyika operates to promote and preserve the biodiversity of Lake Tanganyika for the sustainable benefit of its inhabitants through a partnership with the community and the government of Zambia.

Conservation Lake Tanganyika has been provided 4 grants by the Elephant Charge totalling $27,248.

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The Wildlife Crime Prevention Project was established in 2015 with the objective of a Zambia free from illegal wildlife trade with citizens engaged in protecting biodiversity and habitats.

The Wildlife Crime Prevention Project has been provided 1 grant by the Elephant Charge totalling $2,166.

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North Luangwa Conservation Programme is a partnership between the Frankfurt Zoological Society and the Zambia Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW) to conserve the North Luangwa ecosystem.

North Luangwa Conservation Programme has been provided 3 grants by the Elephant Charge totalling $26,832.

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Wildlife & Environmental Conservation Society of Zambia spearheads environmental awareness at all levels of the community, promoting the wise use of natural resources, and providing effective independent environmental action in Zambia

Wildlife & Environmental Conservation Society of Zambia has been provided 6 grants by the Elephant Charge totalling $146,193.

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Conservation Lower Zambezi is a non-profit organisation committed to the protection of wildlife and to the sustainable use of natural resources in the Lower Zambezi in Zambia through Wildlife Protection, Environmental Education, Community Support and Reintroduction & Research.

Conservation Lower Zambezi has been provided 7 grants by the Elephant Charge totalling $117,771.

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Chipembele Wildlife Education Trust operates to teach Zambian children the value of wildlife and their environment so they may be conserved for present and future generations.

Chipembele Wildlife Education Trust has been provided 6 grants by the Elephant Charge totalling $38,069.

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Children in the Wilderness is an environmental and life skills educational programme that focuses on the next generation of rural decision makers. It is one of the few programmes aimed at bridging the divide that exists between communities and wildlife.

Children in the Wilderness has been provided 7 grants by the Elephant Charge totalling $43,535.

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Conservation South Luangwa is a non-profit. community based organization, committed to the conservation of the local wildlife and natural resources of the South Luangwa National Park and surrounding GMAs.

Conservation South Luangwa has been provided 7 grants by the Elephant Charge totalling $68,307.

Birdwatch

Birdwatch Zambia provides a home for those interested in learning about and protecting Zambia’s bird life.

Birdwatch Zambia has been provided 1 grant by the Elephant Charge totalling $11,177.

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Teachers Conservation Manual and Student Activity Books is a project of North Luangwa Conservation, Chipembele, Conservation Lower Zambezi and GRI

Teachers Conservation Manual and Student Activity Books has been provided 1 grant by the Elephant Charge totalling $11,770.

Projectluangwa

Project Luangwa ensures the people of the Luangwa Valley gain the full benefit of tourism by investing in education.

Project Luangwa has been provided 3 grants by the Elephant Charge totalling $14,633.

Munda

Munda Wanga Environmental Park was originally created as a Botanical Garden in 1950. Munda Wanga Environmental Park was created as a private garden (“Munda Wanga” means “my garden” in Nyanja). Today it is a popular Environmental Park consisting of a Wildlife Sanctuary, Botanical Gardens, Environmental Education Centre and a Recreational Village.

Munda Wanga Environmental Park has been provided 1 grant by the Elephant Charge totalling $5,344.

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Game Rangers International is a Zambian conservation organization, working alongside the Department of National Parks and Wildlife to protect the wildlife in Zambia.

Game Rangers International has been provided 6 grants by the Elephant Charge totalling $45,249.

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Zambian Carnivore Programme is a non-profit Zambian registered trust dedicated to the conservation of large carnivore species (African wild dog, cheetah, lion, leopard, hyaena), their prey, and the ecosystems they reside in. Our study systems hold some of the greatest diversity and abundance of African wildlife in the region and span a variety of management regimes, from strictly protected to hunted, to communally owned and private lands.

Zambian Carnivore Programme has been provided 4 grants by the Elephant Charge totalling $12,831.