African ecosystems and biodiversity are under great pressure. African wildlife and wilderness provide essential ecosystem services that sustain life and are essential for socioeconomic development. The African Conservation Foundation conducts projects that change the approach of the management of natural resources to one in which the needs of human development are reconciled with biodiversity conservation. Protection of biodiversity means protecting Africa’s natural heritage for current and future generations. Conservation also contributes to local and regional security and to the sustainability of economic activities.
ACF supports African conservation initiatives and builds local capacity for conservation. Focusing on bottom-up approaches, ACF has helped protect more than 5 million hectares of threatened ecosystems in Africa. We are working together with African conservationists, local communities and partners around the world. Together we create a brighter future for wildlife, people and the planet.
ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute) is an international supplier of geographic information system (GIS) software, web GIS and geodatabase management applications.
Safcoin is an exclusive African cryptocurrency, created by South Africans for Africa. They are passionate about everything Africa and is helping with the endangered animals in Africa by donating a percentage of all their Digital Mining Farm pool investments to the African Conservation Foundation.
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Become a corporate partner by making a regular financial commitment, one-off donations, species, landscape or project specific support, sponsorships, tax free giving, or by providing support in kind.
ACF is member of a number of international partnerships and alliances for biodiversity conservation.
“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