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Serengeti Girls Run:

Runners World

The Serengeti Girls run is an experience like no other. It combines luxury travel by staying in the Singita Sabora Tented Camp, while donating to a community development project. 14 women experienced the experience of a lifetime. Read the full article

Travel PR News

Travel PR News

We have been waiting for this day for a long time. Lindiwe, a female Rhino relocated from South Africa has given birth after relocation to the Grumeti Reserve. Read the full article

ATTA

ATTA

The Serengeti Girls run was created in 2018 to raise funds and awareness for female empowerment programs in Tanzania. Read the full article

Vulcan

Vulcan

Technology is one of the important and many ways we conserve. Using Vulcans EarthRanger software, immediate and proactive actions can be taken to prevent and mitigate wildlife incidents and threats Read the full article

Smart Flyer

Smart Flyer

What’s more rewarding than having the experience of a lifetime while giving back and changing lives? 14 women joined together in the Serengeti bush to run 63km while raising funds for women empowerment programs in Tanzania.  Read the full article 

CNN Inside Africa

The Serengeti Girls Run is a three day, 63 km, all-women endurance run through Tanzania's Serengeti. Navigating through iconic wilderness and wildlife, we follow 14 women from across the world as they race for a local cause -- the empowerment of women. Watch the full

CNN African Voices Changemakers

For over 20 years, Laurian Lamatus has been educating the youth and communities across Tanzania about the value of the Serengeti's diverse ecosystem. Watch the full episode

Condé Nast Traveler

Moving rhinos to landscapes where they've been absent for ages is wildly complicate -and expensive. But what it's contributing to conservation may be priceless. Read the full article

Huffington Post

In early September, nine critically endangered black rhinos were airlifted from South Africa on a Boeing 747 cargo plane, transferred to a massive C-130 Hercules waiting on an airstrip in Tanzania’s Kilimanjaro region, and then flown to the westernmost part of Serengeti National Park. Read

Geographical

Out of control poaching in the Grumeti Reserve had decimated wildlife by the time the Grumeti Fund assumed management in 2003. Since then, careful management has ensured that populations of lion and elephant have at least quadrupled. Read the full article

Skift

Conservation is too soft a word to describe the measures being taken to address the crisis facing land and wildlife in Africa. But the Grumeti Fund is an example of best-in-class anti-poaching. This, coupled with large-scale systemic change, education, and community empowerment, is the one-two

The Telegraph

As poaching becomes more militarised, the only solution is to use technology that poachers do not have. The collars transmit signals via a LoRa network – a long-range, low-power closed wireless platform that uses multiple frequencies and encrypted data so it’s difficult to hack. Read