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Our mission


Beyond the extraordinary symbolism of the African elephant, it is the deep concern raised by the threat of the disappearance of this majestic creature, whose survival is crucial for a fragile ecosystem, that strengthened the determination of the Albanu Wildlife Foundation, It even pushes it to redouble its efforts.


What began as an initiative to save and facilitate the adaptation of African pachyderms to a way of life in harmony with the surrounding species, including humanity, has evolved into a broader mission, encompassing the protection of all endangered species on the African continent. The Albanu Wildlife Foundation is thus committed to safeguarding African biodiversity as a whole.



The mission of the Albanu Wildlife Foundation, an NGO operating in Southern Africa, is to protect elephants and rhinoceroses through the use of advanced tracking and surveillance technologies. The Albanu Foundation is committed to safeguarding these iconic species by implementing the following objectives:


1. Species Conservation: The Albanu Wildlife Foundation strives to preserve populations of elephants and rhinoceroses by combating poaching and the illicit trade of their derivatives. It aims to maintain safe habitats for these animals.


2. Utilization of New Technologies: The Albanu Wildlife Foundation employs cutting-edge technologies such as GPS tracking devices, drones, surveillance cameras, and geospatial data systems to effectively monitor and track these animals.


3. Awareness and Education: The NGO works to raise awareness among local communities and the international public about the conservation issues related to elephants and rhinoceroses. It organizes educational programs to promote understanding and respect for these species.


4. Collaboration: The Albanu Wildlife Foundation collaborates with other NGOs, wildlife protection agencies, and other stakeholders to coordinate conservation efforts on a regional scale.


5. Sustainable Development: The organization encourages sustainable natural resource management practices to ensure harmonious coexistence between human communities and wildlife, thereby promoting the well-being of all.


In summary, the mission of the Albanu Wildlife Foundation is to safeguard elephants and rhinoceroses in Southern Africa by using cutting-edge surveillance and tracking technologies while promoting awareness, education, collaboration, and sustainable development in the region.



Due to the reduction of protected land more and more corridors that elephants take to migrate are being closed. 

Local population enter usually into conflict with wildlife as a result.


Elephants are being poached for their tusks. 

Around 90% of African elephants have been wiped out in the past century - largely due to the ivory trade - leaving an estimated 415,000 wild elephants alive today.


Access to water

Climate change has had huge negative impacte on access to water. 

More and more dry weather increase the death of elephants.

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