Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT)

Private Bag X11, Modderfontein
1645 Gauteng, Johannesburg

Ansprechpartner: Nomonde Mxhalisa

+27 11 372 3600
+27 (0) 11 608 4682


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The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT), established in 1973, is a registered non-profit conservation organisation operating on-the-ground projects throughout Africa, with a particularly strong presence in southern Africa. We take a partnership approach and have constructive relationships with industry, government and communities, all for the conservation of our biodiversity.

The Endangered Wildlife Trust is dedicated to conserving threatened species and ecosystems in southern Africa to the benefit of all people. We fulfill our mission by:
• initiating and implementing conservation research and action programmes;
• preventing species extinctions and maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem functioning;
• supporting sustainable natural resources and management;
• communicating the principles of sustainable living and empowering people by capacity building, education and awareness programmes to the broadest possible constituency;
• taking a strong leadership and advocacy role in promoting environmental and social justice.

The six Stratetic Imperatives of the EWT’s Conservation Strategy are:
• Identify human-induced threats and the affected species in order to halt or reverse species decline.
• Ensure that the viability of threatened habitats and ecosystems is maintained.
• Develop innovative, economically viable alternatives to address harmful impacts to the benefit of people and biodiversity.
• Increase awareness and mainstream environmental considerations into the daily lives of people and decision makers.
• Explore and develop opportunities for mentorship and capacity building within the conservation sector.
• Provide a leadership role in ensuring efficient and adequate implementation, compliance and enforcement of conservation legislation.

• African Crane Conservation Programme
• Airport Wildlife Programme
• Birds of Prey Programme
• Carnivore Conservation Programme
• Conservation Breeding Specialist Group Southern Africa
• Conservation Leadership Programme
• Healthy Rivers Programme
• Information Technology for Conservation Programme
• Law & Policy Programme
• Marine & Coastal Programme
• Riverine Rabbit Programme
• Threatened Grassland Species Programme
• Wildlife Conflict Mitigation Programme
• Wildlife & Energy Programme

Nomonde Mxhalisa is the Communication Manager of the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT).

For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.