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Standards and Guidelines

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NEAP template design

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The EPI

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The African Elephant Action Plan

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EPI In Action

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UK announces one of the world’s toughest ivory bans to help save Africa’s elephants

The EPI applauds the British government for a significant step in the fight against the illegal ivory trade. The UK...

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African leaders unite to speak out against ivory market

Governments and organisations from around the world are uniting to protect Africa’s elephants: more than 32 African countries having signed...

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The first workshop of the EPI Implementation Board

In the last week of February 2018, Botswana successfully hosted the first EPI Implementation Board workshop, with the purpose of...

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Upcoming: the EPI Implementation Board meets in Botswana

From the 27th February, the EPI Implementation Board will meet in Kasane for an intensive three-day workshop, to take forward...

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China steps up to save Africa’s elephants

The EPI member States have vocally applauded China’s historic decision to close its domestic ivory market at the end of...

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Francophone Africa scores several wins for Africa’s elephants

West Africa’s elephants have been among the hardest hit by the recent elephant- poaching crisis – but there is hope....

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The EPI’s expertise grows

We are delighted to announce the EPI co-Secretariat has appointed new team members to bring the necessary skills and resources...

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Strengthening Angola’s law enforcement and anti-poaching capacity

The EPI co-Secretariat has been awarded funding from the UK Government’s Illegal Wildlife Trade Challenge Fund to work with the...

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The EPI’s NGO partnerships continue to grow

We are delighted to add the expertise of the Kalahari Conservation Society and Tsavo Conservation Group to the EPI’s NGO...

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Listen: Interview with Kate Brooks, “The Last Animals”

An informative interview with Kate Brooks, the critically-acclaimed photojournalist and director of the movie “The Last Animals.” K...

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