Project Owner:

International Elephant Foundation

Pu Mat National Park covers an area of 91,000 ha and is one of the few sites still supporting a population of Asian elephant in Vietnam yet the exact estimate of population size, distribution and movement in Pu Mat National Park still remains unknown.
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Project Owner:

International Elephant Foundation

Integrating Human Elephant Coexistence endeavors through street plays in Hosur Forest Division of Tamil Nadu, India Human elephant conflict (HEC) has become a perennial problem in most of the elephant range areas in India. Elephants are leaving the forests and causing enormous damage to life and property of the people living in and around forests.
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Project Owner:

International Elephant Foundation

Habitat loss and degradation is a significant issue for Asian elephant in Cambodia as increasing amounts of natural habitat are converted to economic land concessions throughout the country, including inside and adjacent to protected areas.
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Project Owner:

International Elephant Foundation

The Garo Hills Elephant Reserve, created in 2001, has never developed an intergrated conservation action plan for elephants despite the fact that both elephant numbers and habitat have been in continous decline for the past twenty-five years.

This project will assist the Meghalaya Forest Department consolidate existing census and research information on elephants in the Garo Hills through consultation with stakeholders, identify conservation needs and knowledge gaps, and produce a Conservation Action Plan for Garo Hills Elephant Reserve.

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Project Owner:

International Elephant Foundation

The Bukit Tigapuluh elephants form one of the last remaining viable populations of Sumatran elephants however they are threatened by human-elephant conflict (HEC). In 2010, HEC mitigation and elephant protection and state-of-the-art monitoring techniques activities were implemented.
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