If wildlife and wild places are to thrive, the people must thrive, too.

Most of Africa's biodiversity is co-habited by wildlife and indigenous people.  With the growing human population, there is a major threat to species survival: human-wildlife conflict.

Human-wildlife conflict happens when encounters between humans and wildlife lead to negative results, such as loss of property, livelihoods, and even life. This conflict can result in defensive and retaliatory killing of wildlife, like elephants & lions, which may eventually drive these species to extinction

Here Today, Africa Tomorrow is committed to giving back to conservation programs in Africa that support PEOPLE, WILDLIFE & ECOSYSTEMS.  

Here are a few of the wonderful organizations WE SUPPORT:

Save The Elephants 

Elephants & Bees Project

Ewaso Lions 

Sarara Foundation 

Reteti Elephant Sanctuary


Inshuti of Rwanda


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