The Tembe Tusker Foundation was established in 2018 to raise funds for the extension of the Tembe Elephant Reserve, the most significant remaining stronghold of the Big Tusker gene in Africa.
The formal objectives of the Tembe Tusker Foundation are:
to raise, hold and invest funds for the protection, conservation and propagation of elephants, particularly the Tembe elephant gene pool, within a correctly managed environment where all flora and fauna can flourish
to promote and encourage land to be set aside for the use of elephants and to properly secure land made available for this purpose
to promote the Foundation’s work and to encourage the public to support its work and activities
to increase public knowledge and awareness around elephants, particularly the Tembe elephants, and the threats to their existence
to promote, encourage and assist with the protection, conservation and propagation of elephants, particularly the Tembe elephants.
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