ZEN is working on a number of long-term projects to ensure the sustainability of our project.


STAGE 2

GOAL: TO reconnect fragmented habitats and REINTEGRATE ORPHANED ELEPHANTS BACK INTO THE WILD.

ZEN has partnered with the International Fund for Animal Welfare and Forestry Commission of Zimbabwe to develop a protected area in the Victoria Falls region of Zimbabwe. The area will act as the second stage of our elephants rehabilitation process and will eventually be where the elephants reintegrate back into the wild.  Our vision is to continue expanding the area, reconnecting fragmented habitats and ensuring safe migratory routes. We are also in the process of developing the area into an eco-tourism hot spot, just 14km's from the famous Victoria Falls, our esteemed guests will have intimate experiences in the heart of Zimbabwe's bush. 


Wild Is Life Trust

To develop cutting-edge eco-tourism experienceS.

A genuine wildlife sanctuary for injured wildlife.

 Founded in 1998 and home to Zimbabwe Elephant Nursery (ZEN), Wild Is Life is a leader in animal husbandry practices and wildlife conservation in Zimbabwe. WIL has successfully rehabilitated over 100 individual animals and more than 15 different species of wildlife. Open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, guests have exclusive encounters with various wild animals and are treated to a gorgeous high-tea whilst relaxing into a once-in-a-life-time experience. 


TreeEco

GOAL: To WORK WITH RURAL COMMUNITIES ON CUTTING-EDGE AGRO-FORESTRY PROJECTS. 

leads the growing, planting and monitoring of indigenous and fruit tree species.

TreeEco is an initiative of ZEN working to empower rural communities through agro-forestry projects. TreeEco has grown and planted over 200,000 indigenous trees in Zimbabwe since 2015 .  Currently, TreeEco is working to build a distributed network of rural tree nurseries to provide job opportunities and economic security to low-income communities as well as tireless working in response to harsh deforestation activity currently being experienced in Zimbabwe.