Mongabay

Mongabay

This tiny camera aims to catch poachers — before they kill. If it wasn’t for the hidden camera, the poachers might have escaped undetected. Read the full article This article was originally posted on Singita Grumeti Fund - http://www.singitagrumetifund.org/blog/press/mongabay/...

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A Focus on Training

A Focus on Training

For the past few months there has been a strong focus on education and training to ensure the sustainability of many Singita Grumeti Fund projects currently underway. Whether people are executing a project or are the subject of a project,...

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Elephant Collaring – Phase One

Elephant Collaring – Phase One

  The Singita Grumeti Fund, in partnership with Singita, is excited to offer unique opportunities for like-minded philanthropists to join us on the ground as we implement key conservation and community development projects.  To kick off, in February and March...

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Teacher Training Program

Teacher Training Program

An excerpt from Patricia Thornton’s WorldView Blog Karibu is Kiswahili for “welcome,” and it may as well be the national word of Tanzania. I learned a lot about Tanzania’s welcoming spirit during my two weeks of teaching language methodologies on...

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All Africa: Mara to Study Human-Elephant Crisis

All Africa: Mara to Study Human-Elephant Crisis

An ambitious study that seeks to apply advanced technology to prevent elephants from destroying crop farms has kicked off in Western Serengeti to address human-wildlife conflicts. Read the full article This article was originally posted on Singita Grumeti Fund -...

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Wild Dog Report

Wild Dog Report

In recent years there has been a wild dog re-introduction program taking place within the greater Serengeti ecosystem.  Under the direction of the Tanzanian Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI), this endangered carnivore has been returned to the Serengeti national park and...

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Women’s Day

Women’s Day

On this International Women’s Day we are celebrating the women who work for the Singita Grumeti Fund.  A team of women from various backgrounds and of different ages and determinations who play an integral role in the organization’s success.  These...

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World Wildlife Day

World Wildlife Day

On this World Wildlife Day we are celebrating the successful completion of phase one of our elephant collaring program!  This past week we collared 12 elephants in the Singita Grumeti concession – a combination of six cows and six bulls...

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Mentorship

Mentorship

Mentoring, at its core, guarantees young people that there is someone who cares about them, assures them they are not alone in dealing with day-to-day challenges, and makes them feel like they matter. Research confirms that quality mentoring relationships have...

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Experiencing Ikorongo

Experiencing Ikorongo

The Singita Grumeti concession area includes two iconic Tanzanian game reserves: Grumeti and Ikorongo.  Grumeti is where the majority of visitors tend to spend the lion’s share of their time.  It is astonishingly beautiful with wide-open plains and abundant wildlife...

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