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Wildlife Rescue - Orphan Elephant Herd

Wildlife Rescue

Empowering rangers and local communities to conserve nature

Game Rangers International (GRI) is a non-profit organisation working in Zambia alongside the Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW) and the local communities to protect Zambia's wildlife and wild spaces. The organisation has been active in Zambia since 2008, and embraces a holistic approach to conservation, empowering frontline Rangers and support Rangers across three core thematic areas: Resource Protection, Community Outreach and Wildlife Rescue.


GRI’s core capability lies within its empowerment model, which is designed to facilitate Rangers with adequate levels of welfare, training and operational support to motivate them to be more efficient and effective in conserving wildlife.

GRI Venn Diagram showing holistic approach to conservation

Resource protection

Community Outreach

wildlife rescue

GRI Supported Wildlife Rangers


Community Outreach Ranger Victor Wotola


Orphan Elephant Chamilandu and her offspring Mutaanzi David


We Are All Rangers

" My hope for the future is a community and a society that will actually see the benefits that are coming out of wildlife."

Britius Munkombwe

Adopt an Elephant Orphan

Adopt an orphaned elephant with one of our exclusive packages and support a young elephant back to the wild where they belong.  Receive regular updates from the field including video updates from the rangers that care for the elephants.


GRI Volunteer observing orphan elephant behaviour

Spend three weeks supporting each of GRI's three programmes.  An immersive experience awaits both in community spaces and in the heart of the bush.  GRI's volunteers are vital to the organisation. 


Game Rangers International Merchandise - Water Bottle

Get your own Ranger kit by shopping GRI Merchandise.  There is something for everybody, whether you are shopping for yourself or for someone special.  Find that perfect gift from our Gifts with a Purpose, sourced from Women's Groups in Zambia.


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