Wildlife Conservation

Zambian Carnivore Program

Lion in the Wilderness in the Zambia Carnivore Program

The Foundation actively supports the Zambian Carnivore Program (ZCP) in the greater Kafue National Park and the Lupande Game Management Area (GMA) in the South Luangwa National Park, Luangwa Valley.
ZCP is a Zambian-registered non-profit organization dedicated to conserving large carnivores and the ecosystems in which they live, through a combination of conservation science and actions, with comprehensive education and capacity-building efforts. ZCP works in close collaboration with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Services in Zambia to accomplish these important goals.

Hack the Poacher

Elephant Being Cared for for Hack the Poacher Project

The Foundation has sponsored a pilot project developed by a Dutch tech collective, Hack the Planet, dedicated to improve the monitoring of poaching activity, both as a deterrent and as a means to increase the effectivity of law-enforcement.

Panthera Wild Cat Conservation

Lion Cubs Looked After for Panthera Initiative

The Foundation funds an anti-poaching unit on the Busanga Plains, in northern Kafue National Park. Having an anti-poaching team safeguarding the Busanga Plains during the rainy season is crucial as camps and lodges have to close, leaving wildlife vulnerable to increased poaching.