Zaituni, The Orphaned Rhino

Zaituni, The Orphaned Rhino Zaituni is one of the success stories we love to recount of the Eastern Black Rhino. Zaituni, meaning Olive in Kiswahili has shown growth since she was first found orphaned in the Serengeti...

We are hiring

We are hiring Research and Innovation for the Serengeti Ecosystem (RISE) has opened applications for the fourth inaugural Women in the Field program, a skills-based program designed for Tanzanian women interested in pursuing careers in conservation science....

Tanzania Times Ar2cle released online March 3, 2022 “Rarest and Largest of Black Rhino Species Discovered Hiding Within Nyerere Na2onal Park”.

The Grumeti Fund is a non-profit organization carrying out wildlife conservation and community development work in the western corridor of the Serengeti ecosystem in Tanzania. Read the full article This article was originally posted on Singita Grumeti Fund - https://grumetifund.org/blog/press/tanzania-times-ar2cle-released-online-march-3-2022-rarest-and-largest-of-black-rhino-species-discovered-hiding-within-nyerere-na2onal-park/...

Facing the Future of Education

Facing the Future of Education Sustainable conservation means uplifting and impacting the communities surrounding the Grumeti concession. Our relationships department is key in ensuring we create meaningful long-lasting relationships with the communities that have been here years...

Research article

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Wildlife conservation

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Conservation Biology

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THE LIONS HAVE LANDED

Just in time for World Lion Day a pride of lions with celebrity credentials has taken center stage across The Hamptons, celebrating the iconic species through an exceptional street art exhibition. New York City, August 10th, 2021; Just in time for...

Grumeti Fund – Overview

Grumeti Fund Overview The Grumeti Fund is a non-profit organization carrying out wildlife conservation and community development work in the western corridor of the Serengeti ecosystem in Tanzania. Our vision is a world in which people and wildlife live together...

Press Release: INTRODUCING THE U.S. TUSK LION TRAIL

INTRODUCING THE U.S. TUSK LION TRAIL A global celebration of African lions and the people that live alongside them,  through exceptional art. The African Community and Conservation Foundation (ACCF) and Tusk are pleased to announce the launch of the U.S. Tusk Lion...

Introducing the BizRaiz Program

Introducing the BizRaiz Program Grumeti Fund is committed to working with the local communities surrounding the concession to create income-generating opportunities through the Enterprise Development Program. Since its implementation, the Enterprise Development Program has been successful in...

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