Dedicated to creating a peaceful future for elephants in Southern Tanzania, and beyond
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Visit to ELP

Back in May, Kate and I paid a visit to the headquarters of the Elephant Listening Project in Ithaca, NY state in the US, to learn more about their work listening in on forest elephants in central Africa. A senior scientist of the project, Liz Rowland, gave us a fascinating…

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New HEC Mitigation Project

This week we received the great news that our MS student Joram Ponjoli, in collaboration with the Udzungwa Elephant Project and the Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania, has secured a grant from the Rapid Response Facility for urgent work to trial mitigation methods for reducing crop-raiding by elephants in Udzungwa….

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Planning for the Park

When designing new projects, whether they entail research, training for students, technical support to the national park or help for communities, we always hope that our work will in some way, however small, benefit the elephants of southern Tanzania, and help with conservation of their habitats. It is a challenge…

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Appeal for Funds: Sexing in the Lab!

Dear All, We are making this special appeal to help our MSc student Ponjoli Joram with his work in Professor Mutayoba’s lab in Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), Morogoro. You can read more about Joram’s project on our TZ MS STUDY page. In short, Joram is doing some exciting research…