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naka


Dedicated to the welfare and conservation of
the Asian elephant

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naka


Dedicated to the welfare and conservation of
the Asian elephant

 
 
 

Asian elephants, both wild and captive, are under constant threat.

Wild Asian elephants face relentless destruction of their habitat in all 13 range countries. Their territory has shrunk by 95%, a major cause in reducing the population to fewer than 50,000 animals – pushing them ever closer to extinction. 

The 13,000 Asian elephants in captivity are threatened by daunting problems in 11 range countries. Traditional jobs — logging and transportation — have mostly vanished, posing huge problems for both governments and for private owners. Tourism, a frequent replacement, brings some answers but it also bring challenging new problems. Everywhere, captive elephants need better protection, but governments are slow to initiate new regulations and care standards.

 
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We're here to help


We're here to help


 

NAKA will provide innovative help.

We understand the urgent need for solutions. We will provide conventional support, such as improving public awareness and supporting needy facilities, but our unique and varied global network of experts enables us to attack larger issues and to create new tools and policies that will help entire national populations across the region.

Solving big problems requires inventive thinking.