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What’s This All About?

International Elephant Foundation Physical Challenge

When:
Sunday, February 21, 2021 at 12:00 AM CST -to-
Sunday, March 21, 2021 at 11:55 PM CDT

Where:
Complete your Physical Challenge where ever you like: at home, in a park, on a beach, or under a tree!

Elephants need you to take the Physical Challenge!

Let’s move out of 2020 and into 2021 together! Lockdowns […]

What’s This All About?2021-02-14T12:31:53-07:00

Chai, Chapati, and Coexistence

Article originally printed in the 2020 Conservation Issue of the Journal of the Elephant Managers Association

Chai, Chapati, and Coexistence: The essential role of community engagement in elephant conservation

Lynn Von Hagen, Auburn University, USA

IEF has supported this scientific investigation into the effectiveness of human-elephant conflict mitigation techniques for three […]

Chai, Chapati, and Coexistence2021-01-17T17:32:42-07:00

Mt Kenya Trust-Conservation

Article originally printed in the 2020 Conservation Issue of the Journal of the Elephant Managers Association

Mount Kenya Trust: Conservation strategies to protect elephants

Becky Summers and Susie Weeks, Mount Kenya Trust, Kenya

IEF has supported Mount Kenya Trust’s Mounted Horse Patrol Team since 2014. You can sponsor their efforts to […]

Mt Kenya Trust-Conservation2021-01-17T17:31:05-07:00

Kibale Forest Schools’ Program

Article originally printed in the 2020 Conservation Issue of the Journal of the Elephant Managers Association

Kibale Forest Schools’ Program: Kasiisi Project Elephant Conservation

Emily Otali and Elizabeth Ross, The Kasiisi Project, Uganda

Teaching the next generation to care about conservation is how we create a community consensus for conservation and […]

Kibale Forest Schools’ Program2021-01-17T17:29:24-07:00

Crayons for Kibale


Help school children in Uganda learn about elephants, conservation, and their natural heritage. Due to the global pandemic and COVID-19, students participating in the Kibale Forest Schools Program are lacking supplies. When they could sit together in a schoolroom they could share crayons and other school […]

Crayons for Kibale2020-11-10T08:39:29-07:00

We met our goal!


We met our goal!

Because of all of you, our wonderful supporters, the International Elephant Foundation has reached our goal to provide a Toyota Land Cruiser for the wildlife rangers in Murchison Falls National Park.

The truck is currently being ordered and we will keep you informed […]

We met our goal!2020-09-27T09:44:21-06:00
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