COLLABORATION WITH DAVID
SHELDRICK WILDLIFE TRUST
David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is one of the pioneering organizations for the protection of wildlife in the East African habitat.
In the present, this centre offers a home for many orphaned rhinos and elephants, where they are being taken care of until they are ready to be reintroduced into their natural environment.
KWS Central Workshop Gate, Off
Magadi Rd, Nairobi, Kenia
Created in 1977 by Daphne Sheldrick and located in Kenya.
It operates rescue and rehabilitation programs for orphan elephants.
This is the foundation’s most successful program, which offers hope for to the future of the threatened Kenyan elephant and rhino populations as they fight against the threat of poaching for their ivory and horns, aa well as habitat loss due to human pressures and the conflict of the human population, deforestation and drought.
WHAT HAS BEEN DONE
To date, they have raised more than 150 elephants and achieved their long-term conservation priority by effectively reintegrating the orphans into Tsavo's wild herds.
Animal karma is a donor, adopting three of the orphan elephants, one of them is Sana Sana. When "adopting an orphan elephant”, the foundation provides information on that elephant, as well as its history and progress.