Stop Ivory’s success can be attributed to strong partnerships. Partners providing in kind and collaborative support and/or working with Stop Ivory on specific projects include: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), CITES, Tusk Trust, The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, Ernst & Young, Mishcon de Reya, Blackstone Chambers, Save The Elephants, Wildlife Conservation Society, Born Free Foundation, Space for Giants, RSPCA International, African Parks, Frankfurt Zoological Society, Wildlife Direct, Zoological Society of London and, vitally, African range State Governments.
An independent organization, with a high profile board and advisory panel from diverse industries, Stop Ivory takes a collaborative approach to combating the elephant crisis in partnership with Governments, NGOs, IGOs and the Private Sector, engaging with experts from all sectors, to fast-track results.
Stop Ivory’s small, highly efficient and skilled team provides direct meaningful support to National Governments and Wildlife Agencies to build political consensus behind the EPI.
In just 12 months, Stop Ivory has established relationships at the highest levels of government in key African Elephant Range States – including Chad, Congo, Ethiopia, Gabon, Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.
It is operating under formal agreements with countries across Africa; delivering on the ground; and is engaged in discussions with countries and organisations worldwide.
Pledges of support can be given via contacting the Project Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’d like to speak to someone in person, then please call us at our office on
+44 (0)207 406 6195.
EPI countries receive funding to help them:
1. Close domestic ivory markets.
2. Observe the international ban on the ivory trade.
3. Agree to put all ivory stockpiles beyond economic use.
4. Implement National Elephant Action Plans.
Many countries are already implementing these measures.
For more information on how to join the EPI please call +44 (0)207 406 6195.