Save the Elephant’s priority is to promote connectivity between the vital parts of elephant range as much-needed development expands, and to find ways to mitigate conflict between elephants and people through education, collaboration and working with communities. In the last 30 years, more than 20,000 children in 27 schools have engaged with our educational activities in northern Kenya and we have awarded more than 359 student scholarships. Our Elephant Crisis Fund has disbursed more than $31m to hundreds of organisations in more than 40 countries, while 90 sites in 23 countries have adopted our beehive fences. We have also identified nine wildlife and livestock corridors in northern Kenya by STE tracking data. You can read more by clicking on the projects under each category on this page.