About The Tashinga Initiative

Our fundraising is currently focussed on Rangers’ enabling environment
to promote patrol and wildlife monitoring efficacy
Where your money goes
We depend on your donations to protect wildlife and to support and empower parks rangers and local communities.
The Tashinga Initiative raises funds for wildlife protection from the global community, implements results-based projects informed by planning and budgets, with the expectation that each intervention is one step closer to the return of biodiversity to the area concerned.


Currently we focus our efforts specifically in the Lower Zambezi Valley’s Protected Areas, part of the 13% land set aside under formal protection in Zimbabwe. These collectively include UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites, Biosphere Reserves and two Trans Frontier Conservation Areas, Kavango Zambezi in the north-west, and Mana Pools Lower Zambezi in the north-east.

The Tashinga Initiative is Harare based, with hands-on field implementation in the targeted protected area.  The Trust has been audited by PWC, Deloittes, European Union, and GC Auditors, Zimbabwe.


Tashinga Initiative depends on your donations to protect wildlife and wildlife communities.