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Conserve Our Wildlife

Preserve our Heritage

Ensure the world’s most iconic species, including tigers, rhinos, and elephants, are secured and recovering in the wild.

Saving nature is at the very heart of what we do as AMF. For more than 3 years, we have made it our mission to find solutions that save the marvelous array of life in East Africa by applying the best science available and working closely with local communities.

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ut our work is far from done. Humans are behind the current rate of species extinction, which is at least 100–1,000 times higher than nature intended

Some of our endangered species include:

Lions  Elephants Zebras Mountain gorilla,
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What are we doing as AMF?

Land and Habitat Protection

 It’s critical to saving wildlife from extinction.

East Africa’s wildlife isn’t confined to national parks. Species here roam across vast and varied land, some portions of which are absolutely key to their survival. AMF recognizes that without land, wildlife simply cannot survive. This is why land is at the core of our conservation efforts.

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Wildlife Conservation

 Protecting an astounding diversity of all species.

East Africa is home to certain species that are facing extinction, including mountain gorillas and zebras. By putting safeguards in place like training rangers, using sniffer dogs, and empowering communities, we’re helping to create awareness to ensure all of Africa’s wildlife survives.

Critical to protecting East Africa’s wildlife are the local people. Sharing the land, often alongside each other, can lead to struggles for resources and deforestation. If people and wildlife learn to live together—inside and outside of protected areas—the future for all will thrive

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Community Awareness

 Training doesn’t just improve people’s lives, but entire communities, too. Lets be clear; a community is only as strong as its people. At AMF, we believe it’s important to provide training at the community level. Training lets local leaders manage their own lands for conservation and economic development. It also helps individuals pursue sustainable business ventures to strengthen their own lives. And, it sets the course for future, ongoing conservation at the grassroots level.