Business Insider

In Tanzania's Grumeti Game Reserve, next to Serengeti National Park, elephants roam, rangers sleep more peacefully at night, and poachers have been put on notice, thanks to new technology designed to protect one of the world's most endangered species.Read the full press article

Rhino Relocation

An eight-year-old eastern black rhino male gifted by San Diego Zoo Global has been successfully translocated to the western Serengeti, in an effort to save this critically endangered species from extinction.Read the full press release

The Times

Eric, who weighs more than 180st, arrived in Tanzania after a 10,000-mile journey on a mission to save his critically endangered species from extinction.Read the full article


San Diego Zoo donates black rhino to Tanzania for conservation effort.Read the full article


Rhonda Vetere is a tech industry executive, an athlete, and, this October, a participant in the inaugural Serengeti Girls Run—a 55-mile, multi-day journey that aims to empower the next generation of female leaders. Read the full press article

IPP Media

15 Years of conserving the Serengeti concession. Read the full article


Lace Up Your Running Shoes for Fall’s Most Exclusive Safari. This October, Singita will host the world's first women's empowerment run across the Serengeti. Read the full article

Robb Report

This Wild Women-Only Race Through Africa Pairs Girl Power with a Good Cause. The 56-mile run through the Serengeti is one-part safari, one-part philanthropy, and one-part craziest thing you’ve ever done. Read the full article

Mara Elephant Project

Meet MEP’s Partner in Tanzania: The Grumeti Fund. The Grumeti Fund based in Tanzania kicked off the first phase of their human-wildlife conflict elephant collaring project in March. Read the full press release


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


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