Collectively, Pride Alliance members lead carnivore conservation efforts in 4 key lion range countries, researching and protecting 20% of Africa’s existing wild lion population.

We combine rigorous science with our community conservation efforts, collectively employing hundreds of local people and engaging thousands in our efforts each year to address the biggest threats to lions and improve the lives of local people. Our programs provide:

 Improved boma to protect livestock from lion attacks. PC: Jon Erickson

Improved boma to protect livestock from lion attacks. PC: Jon Erickson

  • Human-lion conflict prevention and mitigation (retaliatory killings and poaching)

  • Snaring and poisoning mitigation

  • Applied research and monitoring of lion populations and their threats

  • Education, literacy and skills training for adults and children

  • Healthcare and veterinary care support

  • Sustainable development and alternative livelihoods

  • Women-focused initiatives

 

 

 Samburu warriors participating in an Ewaso Lions literacy program 

Samburu warriors participating in an Ewaso Lions literacy program 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Lion Guardian recovering lost livestock

Lion Guardian recovering lost livestock