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African Lion & Environmental Research Trust

Org #43263
Vetted since 2018 Site Visit Verified
2007
year founded
$15,435
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
2
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The African Lion & Environmental Research Trust is dedicated to a multi-disciplinary approach for the facilitation and promotion of sound conservation and management plans for the African Lion (Panthera leo) and the ecosystems on which the species relies. Through responsible development we aim to realise the species' potential to provide substantial social, cultural, ecological and economic benefits, which are distributed equitably amongst stakeholders to promote sustainable motivation in them for the protection of Africa's natural heritage.

Project Leaders
Norman Monks
Norman Monks
Report Submitter
Report Submitter
Team
Norman Monks, Angela Fergusen, Mthokozise Dlodlo, Tafadzwa Shumba
Organization Information
9 Clifford Street
London, SW1A 1NS
United Kingdom
02033717835
Organization Information
9 Clifford Street
London, SW1A 1NS
United Kingdom
02033717835

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Apr 12, 2022
Update on Community guardian project
Community guardians are the interface between the rural farming Communities and the Protected Areas around which they live.   Wildlife in Protected Areas are under increasing threat due to...
Mar 22, 2022
RECOVERING FROM COVID-19. ALERT UPDATE
Whilst COVID-19 was a sudden and unexpected blight in our lives which caused a great deal of heartache and financial stress, the waning of this pandemic has not produced immediate positive...
Feb 14, 2022
An update on the Human-wildlife conflict project
Due to the rapid human population growth and the encroachment of people along the boundaries of Protected Areas - and frequently into a protected area, human-wildlife conflicts are occurring more...
 
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