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...

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...

Responding to COVID-19

Responding to COVID-19

Responding to COVID-19 The Relationships department has taken on a new role with the arrival of COVID-19 – to help equip and prepare local communities for the possible spread.  Newly appointed Grumeti Fund Relationships Manager, David Mwakipisile, moved out...

Art for Good

Art for Good

Art for Good Over the last week we have seen an enormous amount of support from around the world and we are so appreciative of all the people who took part in the RISE Up challenge on...

Field Ranger Training

Field Ranger Training

Field Ranger Training An Update by Andrew Crichton from Veterans for Wildlife: We face uncertain times – there is no question of that. However, without sounding too cliched, in every challenge lies opportunity. Some things in our world...

In the Air

In the Air

The desire to fly is an idea handed down to us by our ancestors who, in their gruelling travels across trackless lands in prehistoric times, looked enviously on the birds soaring freely through space, at full speed, above all obstacles,...

Equality in the Western Serengeti

Equality in the western Serengeti

Equality in the western Serengeti While we have not solved inequality and women around the world continue to suffer from marginalization – whether you are in Africa or America – we can see significant progress being made....

A Rhino Love Story

A Rhino Love Story It’s Valentine’s Day and the thing we are most in love with at the moment is a very sweet black rhino calf named Zaituni (Kiswahili for Olive).  Zaituni actually came to us in...

The Year Ahead

The Year Ahead Tackling and solving the concurrent challenges of rural poverty and ecosystem degradation is an extremely difficult undertaking. News outlets, social media platforms, thought leaders and politicians all talk about the importance of protecting our natural...

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