Latest Report from Game Rangers International

Wednesday 10 April 2019

Game Rangers International (GRI)  is a Zambian conservation organisation that works alongside the Department of National Parks and Wildlife to protect wildlife in Zambia. The organisation has been active in Kafue National Park since 2008, and was originally founded to protect the threatened elephant population in the national park through law enforcement, animal welfare, education and outreach.

GRI’s Community Outreach Department educates communities to conserve nature.

In 2018 the foundation contributed towards the continuing running costs of a motorbike which they originally funded.

This support has enabled their education officers to reach 25 remote and low-resourced primary schools and communities and delivery species specific conservation to over 1,000 children.

One of GRI’s Education Officers at one of the remote schools.

The foundation has been working with GRI for a number of years now and has recently received their latest report into how the continued funding towards the education programme is going.

School children with their elephant pictures.

The full report into the 2018 funding can be read below:

GRI report for period September 2018 – March 2019