The Tsavo Trust is a field-based, Kenyan not-for-profit conservation organisation.

Headquartered in the Kamungi Community Conservancy, which borders Tsavo East National Park (TENP), we are a team of professionals from the world of conservation and wildlife management in Kenya and have an excellent understanding of the challenges that the TCA faces.

We do not have a large back-office staff - each of our employees spend the majority of their time out in the field protecting the animals of Tsavo.

Tsavo is the best place in the world to see the great tuskers - bull elephants with enormous ivory. Not only do these magnificent animals represent an important gene pool but they also represent a valuable economic asset to Kenya through the wildlife tourism industry.

Tsavo Trust's Wildlife Conservation Programme seeks to provide extra protection for Tsavo's extraordinary diversity of wildlife and wild places.


In 2018, the Leopardess Foundation (LF) funded the upgrade of the Ngiluni dispensary.

The Leopardess Foundation embarked on a unique project of painting with the help of Kenyan artist Alexandra Spyratos. In May 2019, Alexandra sketched out the outline of the elephant herd. Her and the Leopardess Foundation team then painted the building themselves for 3 days. Needless to say they had a blast doing it. 


We are the Leopardess Foundation. We help and support a variety of projects that we are dedicated to and trust.

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