Zambezi Elephant Fund (ZEF)

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Throughout Africa elephant populations are being poached at alarming rates. The Zambezi Elephant Fund (ZEF) was formed specifically to help fund the activities of various conservation organisations working collectively to address the escalating rise of poaching in the Zambezi Valley in Zimbabwe.

This is an area that has already lost its rhino population to poaching and there is a serious possibility of its elephants going the same way, as they are killed for their ivory.  

The Zambezi Elephant Fund (ZEF) works collaboratively with the Zimbabwean government, a group of implementing NGOs, tour operators and the private sector to provide funds for and support:-

- Anti-poaching operations
- Field equipment and supplies for rangers and support teams
- Anti-poaching ranger training
- Conservation security planning and implementation
- Information systems and networking
- Technology and systems for anti-poaching operations
- Projects to help communities living adjacent to the Zambezi Valley's National Park areas 

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HAZEL POORTER, Zimbabwe 15 September 2022
Very impressive video
Belinda, Zimbabwe 4 December 2019
What a magnificent video
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