Our Mission Southern Thailand Elephant Foundation is dedicated to promoting the ethical treatment, and high health and welfare standards for the Asian elephant in Thailand. We exist to raise awareness of the elephant, and its welfare needs, through education and to encourage human-elephant interaction. How we work STEF provides grants to carefully-selected and monitored projects and initiatives that support its mission to assist in the care of retired, abandoned or abused elephants and to promote conservation of the species. Veterinary health care and education are key priorities for the charity.
Projects[ edit ] Primarily based in Samburu National Reserve in the Great Rift Valley of KenyaSave the Elephants carries out rigorous studies of elephants, including elephant collaring and more recently, sophisticated elephant tracking techniques. Protection [ edit ] STE works on three fronts to stop the killing of elephants: Research [ edit ] Save the Elephants conducts vital Research on elephant behaviour and ecology and pioneered GPS radio tracking in Africa to provide fresh insight into the secret life of elephants.
The organisation also assists in implementing a UN-level programme to monitor the illegal killing of elephants and solid scientific data has helped shift international policy towards a future for the species.
They disseminate this locally and internationally through films, publications, a computerised elephant library, a news service, social networks and the website. They involve local people in research and education to develop a conservation ethic based on local knowledge and elephant needs, and recognize that the best potential ambassadors for elephants are the people with whom they share their land.
Human Elephant Conflict [ edit ] Beyond the current poaching crisis lies a deeper threat to the future of elephants.
The human footprint is rapidly expanding across Africa but elephants need large ranges to survive. By understanding elephant needs and movements through GPS tracking research Save the Elephants is working to preserve vital migration corridors and ensure an elephant-friendly landscape.
Where people and elephants already collide, the Elephants and Bees project is proof that win-win solutions exist.Save Elephant Foundation Save Elephant Foundation is a Thai non–profit organization dedicated to providing care and assistance to Thailand’s captive elephant po.
Elephants in India. India is home to between 50 and 60% of all of Asia’s wild elephants and about 20% of the domesticated elephants. As such, the country is . Thanks to our sponsors Elephant Crisis Fund, Save the Elephants, and Wildlife Conservation Network for keeping our planes in the air, our boots on the ground, and our eyes on the horizon/5(91).
This little girl is doing a campaign and helping people to stop buying Ivory. As Hindus, who’s first God is Ganesha, we too must do little we can to save elephants no matter which country they live in.
Aug 14, · How to Help Save Elephants. It's easy to feel powerless when you hear about the declining elephant population. Fortunately, there are lots of things you can do to help save these amazing creatures.
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