Help Kenya's Elephants gain protection from Park Rangers.
It is estimated that 96 elephants are killed every day. Over the last three years, the slaughter of elephants in Kenya has increased dramatically in response to increased demand for ivory, especially from China and Asia. This is bad news for elephants. Today, ivory-seeking poachers are killing more African elephants each year than are being born.
Greater Good Charities partners with Wildlife Works to help employ local villagers to work as rangers. These dedicated men and women patrol over 500,000 acres, protecting wildlife as they migrate between two large national parks, Tsavo East and Tsavo West. As expert trackers accustomed to the terrain, the rangers are especially qualified to protect Kenya's endangered elephants.
You can help. Just $7 provides one day's wage for a dedicated park ranger.
Wildlife Works' mission is to harness the power of the global consumer to create innovative and sustainable solutions for wildlife conservation.
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