Elephant Family works to protect Asia’s magnificent wildlife in the most joyful and engaging way possible.
The biggest challenge facing the world’s wildlife is lack of space. Asia is uniquely placed to demonstrate how the overlap between the human and wild world is possible. Here, species such as tigers, leopards and elephants share lands with people living in the highest density populations in the world – up to 450 people per km2 compared to just 90 in conservation hubs such as Kenya.
Since inception in 2003, Elephant Family has registered a presence in the UK, USA and India, and powered 150+ projects across India, Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Sumatra and Borneo. These projects have reconnected forest fragments, restored migratory routes, stamped out illegal trades and found ways for humans and wild animals to successfully live closer together than ever before.