Botswana Lion Corridor
The Botswana Lion Corridor Project focuses on lions that have crossed the border between Zimbabwe and Botswana as well as the collaring and monitoring of new individuals to gain information about dispersal patterns, home ranges, familial patterns and geographical links within lion prides.
Hwange Lion Research
The Hwange Lion Project focuses on the conservation of lions in Western Zimbabwe and Eastern Botswana through research, conservation education, employing local people as Lion Guardians and Anti-Poaching Scouts and reducing human-wildlife conflict.
Victoria Falls Human-Wildlife Conflict
The Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust runs both research and conservation-based projects focusing on wildlife rehabilitation, disease-prevention, human-wildlife conflict and community education initiatives with a special interest in large predators and rhinos.
Gonarezhou Human-Animal Conflict
An element of the work undertaken by the African Wildlife Conservation Fund, the Gonarezhou Predator Project aims to address the low populations of large predators in the Gonarezhou National Park through research, community education to reduce conflict with predators and anti-poaching initiatives.
Kgalagadi Lion Project
The Kgalagadi Lion Project is researching the variables (dietary & demographic) related to a significant gender skew in the population of lions in the Kalahari Gemsbok National Park in order to effectively protect them from possible extinction.
GLTP: Elephants Alive
Elephants Alive’s aim is to conserve the elephant populations of the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park (GLTP) through long-term research of elephant movements in order to contribute towards science-based management decisions and involve local communities in education and research programmes so they become ambassadors for wildlife.
Botswana: Elephants for Africa
Elephants for Africa is dedicated to the conservation of elephants in the wild through research & education. The primary focus is on understanding the ecological and social requirements of the African elephant and putting these into the context of human-wildlife conflict.
Kruger: Large Mammal Research
The Kruger Large Mammal Research project aims to ensure the conservation of all species of wildlife in the Kruger National Park with a particular focus on elephants, rhinos, carnivores and large herbivores.
Niassa Elephant Research & Anti-Poaching
The Niassa Elephant Research and Anti-Poaching project aims to combat elephant poaching which is at an all-time high.