The Travel Channel's Ethical Hedonist's feature on EHRA Life on the EHRA project created by one of our volunteers.
People of Change - EHRA project created by Fernando Sapelli.
Watch EHRA - Elephant Conservation Volunteer videos
Welcome to Elephant Human Relations Aid in Namibia
Elephant Human Relations Aid reduces conflict between elephants and humans by working on the ground, providing practical and realistic solutions. Our award-winning volunteer project enables anyone wanting to volunteer in Africa to contribute towards elephant conservation and really make a difference.
Volunteer with EHRA
Over 1150 people have been volunteers with EHRA in Namibia. The volunteer project is dirty work, but very rewarding. You will see the difference your hard work makes to elephant conservation. Volunteers protect the water points the elephants damage and spend a week tracking and collecting data on the local herds, sleeping wild under the stars in the Namibian desert!
Family Volunteering - NEW DATES!!
The Family Volunteering Project is a great way to have an adventurous, fun-filled holiday and help local Namibian communities and the elephants at the same time. The first project date is already full so we have opened a second date from 16 -26 August 2015.
Read this excellent blog by Billy who was one of the children taking part.
M&Z Motors Sponsors EHRA!
EHRA is very proud to announce that M&Z Motors Commercial Vehicles from Windhoek have kindly sponsored EHRA's Water Point Protection Programme with cement for the next 12 months! M&Z delivered the first load of cement to the volunteer team working at Loerkop Pos in June, thanks to their 4x4 Mitsubishi Fuso truck!! The farm is not an easy place to access as the team know!
EHRA would like to say a huge thank you to everyone at M&Z for their support.
For more info see www.metjeziegler.com
The PEACE Project - Elephant Safety Training
EHRA's PEACE Project aims to empower Namibian communities with knowledge and understanding of elephants, which enables them to keep themselves, their family and livestock safe during elephant visits. Training is also provided to communitiy game guards, lodge employees and safari guides.