What We Do

We are committed to building landscapes that support human-wildlife coexistence

As human populations expand and natural habitats shrink, people and animals are fighting a deadly battle for food and space.

The Asian elephant is the poster child for a new generation of homeless animals attempting to live in human dominated landscapes. As the most densely populated continent on Earth, Asia is where the greatest number of wild animals face extinction.

Elephant Family supports a wide range of projects that find ways for humans and animals to live closer together than ever before. From securing a network of wildlife corridors which act as bridges between islands of forests, to relocating busy highways that slice through primary forest, these projects will give back a home to homeless animals.