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  • Our Projects - Save the Elephants
    Humans Elephants Protection Research Elephants and Bees Humans Elephants Geo Fencing Humans Elephants Save the Elephants on Film Awareness Creating Elephant Ambassadors Mobile Education Awareness Internships for Elephant Scholars Awareness Clinton Global Initiative CGI Awareness CITES and Elephants Awareness STE and Google Earth Research The Desert Elephants of Mali Research Orphans of Samburu Research Tracking Real Time Monitoring Research Surveys Research Elephant Communication Research Elephant Accelerometers Research Taking Stock Protection Judging Wildlife Protection Elephant News Service Awareness Turning Poachers into Gamekeepers Protection Monitoring the Illegal Killing of Elephants Research The Mara Elephant Project Protection Elephant Scholarships Awareness The Human Footprint Project Humans Elephants Long Term Monitoring Research Wildlife Corridors Humans Elephants Living with Elephants Humans Elephants Landuse Planning Humans Elephants Internships Awareness Communication Awareness Education Awareness Corridors of Power Awareness Elephant Movements Research Counting Elephants Research Reducing Conflict Research Anti Poaching Protection Stop Demand Protection Samburu Elephant Project Research Anti Trafficking Protection Elephant Crisis Fund Protection Tsavo Aerial Defence Protection HEC Toolbox Humans Elephants Get the Latest Updates on Elephant Conservation on our Blog Go To Blog About Elephants What We Do Our Projects Get Involved About STE Donate Facebook Twitter Google Instagram YouTube SIGN UP FOR OUR eNEWSLETTER THE

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  • Projects Archive - Save the Elephants
    their instinctive avoidance of African honey bees The project explores the use of novel Geo Fencing by roshnipesh Sep 9 2015 Geo Fencing A text message just came in to a local farmer s phone Mountain Bull at Ngare Ndare Pass Geofence break time 0945hr Geofence position break Estimated Latitude 1 168867 Estimated Longitude 37 581724 This seemingly dry text message had powerful Save the Elephants on Film by roshnipesh Sep 9 2015 Save the Elephants on Film Save the Elephants has come a long way on the silver screen In the early 70s The Family that lives with Elephants told the story of Iain Oria and their family growing up in Tanzania amongst the elephants Since then STE have been Creating Elephant Ambassadors Mobile Education by roshnipesh Sep 9 2015 Creating Elephant Ambassadors Mobile Education The tutorial titled Living in Harmony with Elephants makes use of photos video clips visual aids posters and both indoor and outdoor physical exercises pulling children out of the rigmarole of normal lessons into Internships for Elephant Scholars by roshnipesh Sep 9 2015 Internships for Elephant Scholars This program has been a win win venture For the teaching leg the students gain vital skills in all the sectors they work in In turn the children get new energetic teachers while the teachers and staff benefit from much needed Older Entries Top Posts Pages Home Donate What We Do Our Projects Internships Why Elephants Matter Elephant News Press and Media About STE Elephant Crisis Fund Popular Tags Anti poaching Anti trafficking awareness Behaviour CAMPAIGN CENSUS COALITION communication community corridors of power Counting Elephants Demand reduction ECF education Elephant Crisis Fund elephant movements elephants and bees GOOGLE GPS human elephant conflict intern internship landuse planning LAW ENFORCEMENT living with elephants MALI PARTNERSHIPS Protection reducing conflict Research

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  • Elephant Crisis Fund - Save the Elephants
    The fund a joint initiative between Save the Elephants and Wildlife Conservation Network addresses the current poaching crisis by funding projects around the world that take action to stop poaching thwart trafficking and end demand for ivory The fund will jumpstart and grow action to save elephants by rapidly sending essential funds to field partners and responding quickly to changing needs on the ground The ECF will not support overhead costs meetings or anything that does not directly contribute to the survival of elephants 100 of your donations to the Elephant Crisis Fund will go directly to funding anti poaching anti trafficking and demand reduction actions on the ground The impact of your donations will be doubled with a dollar for dollar match up to 500 000 Read the ECF 2015 Annual Report on the Projects supported by the Elephant Crisis Fund More Projects Under Protection Anti Poaching Protection Stop Demand Protection Anti Trafficking Protection Elephant Crisis Fund Protection Older Entries Next Entries Donate The fate of elephants is in the balance The record price of ivory has attracted organised crime rebel militias and even terrorist groups fuelling a surge of poaching across the continent Without the outstanding support and generosity of our donors STE would not be able to continue securing a future for the elephants We urgently need your support while there is still time You can be of vital assistance by donating to either our core funds or to any of our projects Donate to STE Spread the Word The fate of elephants is in the balance The record price of ivory has attracted organised crime rebel militias and even terrorist groups fuelling a surge of poaching across the continent Without the outstanding support and generosity of our donors STE would not be able to continue securing

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  • Elephant Crisis Fund - Save the Elephants
    fund a joint initiative between Save the Elephants and Wildlife Conservation Network addresses the current poaching crisis by funding projects around the world that take action to stop poaching thwart trafficking and end demand for ivory The fund will jumpstart and grow action to save elephants by rapidly sending essential funds to field partners and responding quickly to changing needs on the ground The ECF will not support overhead costs meetings or anything that does not directly contribute to the survival of elephants 100 of your donations to the Elephant Crisis Fund will go directly to funding anti poaching anti trafficking and demand reduction actions on the ground The impact of your donations will be doubled with a dollar for dollar match up to 500 000 Read the ECF 2015 Annual Report on the Projects supported by the Elephant Crisis Fund More Projects Under Protection Taking Stock Protection Judging Wildlife Protection Turning Poachers into Gamekeepers Protection The Mara Elephant Project Protection Older Entries Donate The fate of elephants is in the balance The record price of ivory has attracted organised crime rebel militias and even terrorist groups fuelling a surge of poaching across the continent Without the outstanding support and generosity of our donors STE would not be able to continue securing a future for the elephants We urgently need your support while there is still time You can be of vital assistance by donating to either our core funds or to any of our projects Donate to STE Spread the Word The fate of elephants is in the balance The record price of ivory has attracted organised crime rebel militias and even terrorist groups fuelling a surge of poaching across the continent Without the outstanding support and generosity of our donors STE would not be able to continue securing

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  • Get Involved - Save the Elephants
    Without the outstanding support and generosity of our donors STE would not be able to continue securing a future for the elephants We urgently need your support while there is still time You can be of vital assistance by donating to either our core funds or to any of our projects Donate to STE Internships Each year we accept a small number of interns to Save the Elephants in Kenya These internships comprise 1 2 month professional placements with one of our research projects in Kenya designed for university students or graduates pursuing a career in conservation with skills in scientific data collection and analysis These internships harness the skills of the interns Interns contribute to our Long Term Monitoring work behavioral studies human elephant conflict or conservation education Learn More Spread the Word The fate of elephants is in the balance The record price of ivory has attracted organised crime rebel militias and even terrorist groups fuelling a surge of poaching across the continent Without the outstanding support and generosity of our donors STE would not be able to continue securing a future for the elephants We urgently need your support while there is still time You can be of vital assistance by donating to either our core funds or to any of our projects Find Out How Other Ways You Can Help Over the last years our world leading conservation efforts have been possible thanks to the dedication and generosity of loyal supporters To join them you can donate in a number of ways Elephant Crisis Fund At least 33 000 elephants are being killed every year for their ivory The Elephant Crisis Fund provides quick efficient support to the most effective projects aimed at stopping the killing thwarting the traffickers and ending demand for ivory Created by

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  • Donate - Save the Elephants
    bank account please email info savetheelephants org and advise us of your name and address if you wish to be added to our mailing list Gift Aid It Are you a UK taxpayer If so every 1 you give could be worth 1 25 to us at no cost to you To download a Gift Aid Form please go to www savetheelephants org get involved donate and click on the DONATE IN UK tab Giving through your Employer Many employers match charitable donations increasing the impact of your gift Check with your company to find out if they will match your donation Giving by Cheque USA Please mail cheques payable to Wildlife Conservation Network 209 Mississippi Street San Francisco CA 94107 with a note indicating you would like your donation to go to Save the Elephants Please include your address for the mailing of tax information Tax Exempt ID 30 0108469 UK Please mail cheques payable to Save the Elephants c o Bircham Dyson Bell LLP 50 Broadway London SW1H 0BL Please include your address for the mailing of tax information UK Reg Charity No 1118804 Legacy Leaving a legacy is one of the easiest ways to make a lasting gift to charity A planned gift may help you give more to elephant conservation than you thought possible while still providing you or someone you designate with favorable financial and or tax benefits We would be grateful if you could inform us of your decision For more information contact us on info savetheelephants org Amazon Wish List Want to donate specific items to Save the Elephants and help keep our costs down Make a real difference to the protection of elephants visit our Save the Elephants Wish List on Amazon com and donate today Donate with Confidence Save the Elephants is a UK registered charity no 1118804 and 90 of all donations go to projects in the field US donations sent through our partners the Wildlife Conservation Network WCN and earmarked for Save the Elephants are transmitted 100 to us View our Annual Reports 2013 Analysis of Expenditure Internships Each year we accept a small number of interns to Save the Elephants in Kenya These internships comprise 1 2 month professional placements with one of our research projects in Kenya designed for university students or graduates pursuing a career in conservation with skills in scientific data collection and analysis These internships harness the skills of the interns Interns contribute to our Long Term Monitoring work behavioral studies human elephant conflict or conservation education Learn More Spread the Word The fate of elephants is in the balance The record price of ivory has attracted organised crime rebel militias and even terrorist groups fuelling a surge of poaching across the continent Without the outstanding support and generosity of our donors STE would not be able to continue securing a future for the elephants We urgently need your support while there is still time You can be of vital assistance by donating to

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  • Internships - Save the Elephants
    to take on MSc students who want to pursue their own projects We may not have the supervisory personnel necessary to guide a student through a project and do not have the infrastructure in terms of free research vehicles and equipment that a student may need to collect data with It may however be that at certain points STE has projects that could act as a discreet MSc project for a student to do When such a case arises we will advertise the opening on this page In exceptional cases if we do take a student on with their own project that we feel we can support the student should provide us with their course details the structure needed for their research project and the topic area In this regard we would only support MSc projects that fit within STE s research aims at the time of the student s application How much do I have to raise for an internship Overseas interns will have to raise funds to pay for their international flight to and from Kenya and for a return flight from Nairobi to Samburu This internal flight is 1 5 hours and usually costs around US 290 Interns working at the Samburu Research Camp need to raise a minimum of US 35 per night that they stay at the camp This is a heavily subsidised contribution towards your food drinking water accommodation laundry security internet access and any equipment that is used to collect data Interns usually manage to raise an extra donation on top of their daily camp fee to support the ongoing work of STE but this is not compulsory US 5 from your daily camp fee is put into a fund to support the costs of Kenyan interns who apply to Save the Elephants but who are not able to raise the funds This fund enables us to fully subsidise one Kenyan intern for every 2 3 overseas interns that we accept Kenyan applicants who are financially unable to pay our subsidised camp fee should apply in the usual way with a CV and cover letter but explaining your financial constraints What should I bring We will send you a more comprehensive list of equipment once you are accepted as an intern However you should expect to bring a laptop with wireless internet capabilities a good camera with zoom lens a pair of binoculars and a comprehensive first aid kit Please note that interns with any kind of medical or physical condition must inform us with full details during the application process What outputs am I expected to produce Every intern is responsible for writing a report to the wardens of Samburu and Buffalo Springs Reserve describing the activities undertaken This report should consist of a useful set of information that can help the conservation and management of the park This should be submitted before leaving the reserves It is a critical part of the internship as the park waives a large amount of

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  • Internships - Save the Elephants
    students who want to pursue their own projects We may not have the supervisory personnel necessary to guide a student through a project and do not have the infrastructure in terms of free research vehicles and equipment that a student may need to collect data with It may however be that at certain points STE has projects that could act as a discreet MSc project for a student to do When such a case arises we will advertise the opening on this page In exceptional cases if we do take a student on with their own project that we feel we can support the student should provide us with their course details the structure needed for their research project and the topic area In this regard we would only support MSc projects that fit within STE s research aims at the time of the student s application How much do I have to raise for an internship Overseas interns will have to raise funds to pay for their international flight to and from Kenya and for a return flight from Nairobi to Samburu This internal flight is 1 5 hours and usually costs around US 290 Interns working at the Samburu Research Camp need to raise a minimum of US 35 per night that they stay at the camp This is a heavily subsidised contribution towards your food drinking water accommodation laundry security internet access and any equipment that is used to collect data Interns usually manage to raise an extra donation on top of their daily camp fee to support the ongoing work of STE but this is not compulsory US 5 from your daily camp fee is put into a fund to support the costs of Kenyan interns who apply to Save the Elephants but who are not able to raise the funds This fund enables us to fully subsidise one Kenyan intern for every 2 3 overseas interns that we accept Kenyan applicants who are financially unable to pay our subsidised camp fee should apply in the usual way with a CV and cover letter but explaining your financial constraints What should I bring We will send you a more comprehensive list of equipment once you are accepted as an intern However you should expect to bring a laptop with wireless internet capabilities a good camera with zoom lens a pair of binoculars and a comprehensive first aid kit Please note that interns with any kind of medical or physical condition must inform us with full details during the application process What outputs am I expected to produce Every intern is responsible for writing a report to the wardens of Samburu and Buffalo Springs Reserve describing the activities undertaken This report should consist of a useful set of information that can help the conservation and management of the park This should be submitted before leaving the reserves It is a critical part of the internship as the park waives a large amount of fees for interns coming

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