ACF works to protect Africa’s endangered wildlife and their habitats

Since its establishment in 1999, ACF has spearheaded efforts to tackle the underlying causes of biodiversity loss, becoming the pioneering organisation dedicated to enhancing grassroots conservation capacity in the region.

Wildlife Conservation

Developing and implementing on-the-ground wildlife and habitat conservation and restoration projects throughout Africa.

Capacity Building

Providing training, support and technical assistance for conservation groups and NGOs, particularly grassroots, in Africa.

Community Development

Working together with local communities to develop sustainable livelihood options that reduce poverty and conserve biodiversity.

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What we do

Current Campaign

300Gorillas: United by Nature

We are collaborating with WE ARE META to launch an exclusive NFT series and establish a gated conservation community with the aim of raising £1.6 million to protect the Cross River Gorilla, the rarest great ape in the world.

How many are left in the wild?

Africa’s Endangered Wildlife

Black Rhino
Cross River Gorillas


“I am greatly encouraged by the work of the African Conservation Foundation for they are motivated by the idea that nature and our environment are an essential gift that we need to protect for future generations. After all, what would life be without a clean, healthy and sustainable environment?”

His Holiness The Dalai Lama