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EHRA - Elephant Human Relations Aid
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Headquarters in Swakopmund, Namibia
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3
AGE RANGE
18-80
RESPONSE RATE
100%
RESPONSE TIME
0-1h
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  • Volunteering tours to help populations living next to elephants
  • Tracking elephant movement and ID database
  • Water point protection program
  • Education

Elephant Human Relations Aid is an Namibian registered not-for-gain organisation (registration number 21/2003/630) which runs an elephant conservation and volunteer project in Namibia, Africa. EHRA aims to find long-term sustainable solutions to the ever-growing prob...

Elephant Human Relations Aid is an Namibian registered not-for-gain organisation (registration number 21/2003/630) which runs an elephant conservation and volunteer project in Namibia, Africa. EHRA aims to find long-term sustainable solutions to the ever-growing problem of facilitating the peaceful co-habitation between the subsistence farmers, community members and the desert-adapted elephants. In the 1980s the population of desert-adapted elephants in the Southern Kunene Region of Damaraland were wiped out through years of poaching and hunting. For years elephants were absent from the area. This was until 1998 when Voortrekker, a bull, led Mama Africa's herd back to the Ugab River. From that point other herds followed until today where there are a total of 7 elephant herds in the Ugab and Huab River vicinities. Through concerted efforts by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET), Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation (IRDNC), Save the Rhino Trust and other NGOs over the past 20 years, the population of desert dwelling elephants in the region has grown from as low as 52 members to a current estimated population of 600 elephants.

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Elephant Human Relations Aid is an Namibian registered not-for-gain organisation (registration number 21/2003/630) which runs an elephant conservation and volunteer project in Namibia, Africa. EHRA aims to find long-term sustainable solutions to the ever-growing problem of facilitating the peaceful co-habitation between the subsistence farmers, community members and the desert-adapted elephants. In the 1980s the population of desert-adapted elephants in the Southern Kunene Region of Damaraland were wiped out through years of poaching and hunting. For years elephants were absent from the area. This was until 1998 when Voortrekker, a bull, led Mama Africa's herd back to the Ugab River. From that point other herds followed until today where there are a total of 7 elephant herds in the Ugab and Huab River vicinities. Through concerted efforts by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET), Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation (IRDNC), Save the Rhino Trust and other NGOs over the past 20 years, the population of desert dwelling elephants in the region has grown from as low as 52 members to a current estimated population of 600 elephants.

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