Runners World

Runners World The Serengeti Girls run is an experience like no other. It combines luxury travel by staying in the Singita Sabora Tented Camp, while donating to a community development project. 14 women experienced the experience of...

Women in the Field

Women in the Field

Women in the Field At Grumeti Fund we are firm believers that while it is imperative to have a realistic grip on the threats to conservation, it is just as important to identify and celebrate victories, small...

Travel PR News

Travel PR News We have been waiting for this day for a long time. Lindiwe, a female Rhino relocated from South Africa has given birth after relocation to the Grumeti Reserve. This birth represents the years of...

ATTA

ATTA The Serengeti Girls run was created in 2018 to raise funds and awareness for female empowerment programs in Tanzania. With all the challenges presented in 2020, and the gender gap expected to increase because of COVID-19,...

Securing the western Serengeti

Securing the western Serengeti While the impact of this global pandemic has considerably disrupted human lives, the ebbs and flows of the natural world remain constant. And so, our work of protecting these 350,000 acres of the...

Securing the Serengeti

Securing the Serengeti Amidst a Global Pandemic

While the impact of this global pandemic has considerably disrupted human lives, the ebbs and flows of the natural world remain constant. And so, our work of protecting these 350,000 acres of the western Serengeti continues.  In fact, with a...

Black Rhino Calf

Black Rhino Calf is Born!

With less than 1,000 left in the world, eastern black rhino are critically endangered. Endemic to East Africa, their numbers dwindled as poaching for rhino horn surged in the 1970s and ’80s.  However, due to the work of a number...

A Virus of a Different Kind

Since his arrival, Eric, the bull rhino we translocated to the Grumeti Concessions in 2018, has been living in a 500-acre intensive protection zone (IPZ) for rhino, monitored and cared for by our conservation management team.  A couple of months...

Running a Rural Enterprise During a Pandemic

Serengeti, home of the world’s greatest migration, also boasts an ideal climate, excellent soil for agriculture and growing economic opportunities. Despite these advantages, many of its residents live in extreme poverty. Amos Masana Matiko used to be one of these...

Learning Remotely During These Challenging Times

The Grumeti Fund through our community outreach program continues to successfully enhance the quality of education provided to the youth from local communities. Our hope is that we’ll equip them with knowledge, values, and skills they’ll use to pursue rewarding...

Fellowship Awarded for Human-Wildlife Conflict Mitigation

Fellowship Awarded for Human-Wildlife Conflict Mitigation

Knowledge sharing is a huge focus for the Grumeti Fund.  Contributing to the larger conservation community when it comes to impact driven solutions on the ground is really important to the team. Learning from people and organizations around the world...

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