Our Impact in 2017

At Elephant Action League (EAL) we take impact tracking very seriously. We have developed a Results Framework and a set of indicators that provide us, and you, with evidence of what we do in the field and the impact that our work has on the global fight against wildlife crime. We do this so we can continue improving our field projects and report our work accurately to supporters and partners. 

 

EAL Impact 2017 - Final
EAL works to hunt down wildlife crime kingpins and those making up their criminal networks. It is these individuals that drive poaching of iconic species from Africa to Asia to Latin America, and fuel demand for wildlife products.
Unfortunately, this work does not produce cute or tragic pictures of orphaned baby elephants and rhinos that pull at your heartstrings. What our work can produce is fewer and fewer orphaned baby elephants and rhinos by taking out the trafficking networks that kill their mothers..
Although it is important to support the care of those orphaned animals, it is equally important to support the work of our intelligence officers and investigators. They work tirelessly to disrupt and hopefully dismantle, the large-scale criminal syndicates responsible for the destruction of our planet.

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We are former intelligence, law enforcement and security professionals.
We protect Wildlife and our Planet with intelligence-gathering operations and by investigating and exposing wildlife criminals worldwide, including poachers, traffickers, businessmen and corrupt government officials.

Elephant Action League is a hybrid non-profit organization that merges the worlds of intelligence, investigation and conservation in service of wildlife and the people who protect it.