Game Rangers International (GRI) is a non-profit organisation established in Zambia in 2008. GRI works in close partnership with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife (DNPW) to empower Rangers and Local Communities to conserve nature. They embrace a holistic approach to conservation, and empower Rangers across three core thematic areas: Resource Protection, Community Outreach, and Wildlife Rescue.
Rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing wild animals injured or displaced by human activity
GRI Wildlife Rescue Programme works with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Veterinary Unit to support welfare provisions for Zambia’s wildlife. Their efforts began in 2007 with the establishment of GRI’s Elephant Orphanage Project, and has grown to support a number of additional wildlife species over the years. The Elephant Orphanage remains GRI’s primary project with an Elephant Nursery in Lusaka and a Release Facility in Kafue National Park. Here, the orphans are gradually reintegrated back into the wild.
How your purchase helps
We donate a portions of proceeds from the sale of our hand crochet stuffed animals to GRI. We are grateful for their organization, for the work they do to empower game rangers and their passion for wildlife conservation.