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I forfeited a career in medicine in favour of wildlife conservation – Nacha

The Elephant Protection Initiative (EPI) November Friend of the Month, Geoffrey Nacha, has recently taken over as country director in Nigeria for Africa Nature Investors (ANI), which...

There’s increasing national commitment on nature conservation in Ghana – Ashong

Elephant Protection Initiative (EPI) Friend of the Month for September 2022, Ghanaian Sheila Nana Akua Ashong, is Deputy Director of Natural Resources at the Environmental Protection...

South Sudan can have a viable tourism economy – Lona Gore

The Elephant Protection Initiative (EPI) Friend of the Month is Lona Gore, from South Sudan. Lona works for the Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism in...

Elephants, biodiversity and climate change

The Elephant Protection Initiative’s (EPI) Friend of the Month for June 2022 is Moses Lesoloyia, from northern Kenya. Moses is Project Manager for the Milgis Trust,...

Elephant, symbol of Cote d’Ivoire, has suffered great decline – Cedric Mondon

The Elephant Protection Initiative (EPI) friend of the month, Captain Cedric Mondon of Côte d’Ivoire, is Head of Wildlife Protection Services in the Ministry...

Forests are our life support systems, says NCF’s Olabode

The Elephant Protetion Initiative's (EPI) Friend of the Month for January 2022 is Emmanuel Olabode, project coordinator for the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF). He leads...

African conservationists raise alarm over surging human-elephant conflicts

Sub-Saharan African countries should invest in innovative wildlife conservation models to stem the escalating human-elephant conflicts driven by competition for space, campaigners said on...

Group looks beyond ivory in elephant protection

The Elephant Protection Initiative (EPI), an alliance of 21 African countries dedicated to conserving their elephants, has announced a new vision to meet the...

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Group takes Nigerian govt to ECOWAS court over illegal pipelines, oil theft

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has filed a lawsuit against the Federal Government of Nigeria over “the failure...
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Lead poisoning: Artisanal miners trained on safe gold processing methods

The Ministry of Mines and Steel Development says it is training artisanal miners on safe ways of processing gold...

COP27: Why women should access finance to respond to climate challenges

Since women occupy over 50% of the world’s population, it is important to allocate finance to them to be...

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Group takes Nigerian govt to ECOWAS court over illegal pipelines, oil theft

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has filed a...

Lead poisoning: Artisanal miners trained on safe gold processing methods

The Ministry of Mines and Steel Development says it...