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A heart for elephants

We supported elephants in need. We donate at least 10% of our profits for the protection of elephants.

We supported elephants in need. We donate at least 10% of our profits for the protection of elephants.

Endangered elephants

For elephants worldwide, man-made dangers lurk everywhere: trophy hunting, captivity, poaching, ivory trade and habitat destruction. The global population of mammals has been declining steadily over the years.


We at LUVIYO want to help save endangered elephants and secure habitats. That's why we donate 10% of our profits to elephants in need.



The elephant population is rapidly declining due to poaching and other harmful human influences. Throughout Africa, the number of elephants has decreased by 30% in just seven years.


Orphan elephants

The impact of human activity often leaves young elephants without a mother or herd. A baby elephant cannot survive without milk or shelter.



The elephant is a gentle giant. He is vegetarian and never knowingly harms other animals. He believes in family and bonding and takes care of his young. The massive head of the elephant symbolizes the wisdom of the universe.

How is our donation used?

EHRA's mission is to implement practical solutions to combat elephant-human conflict, thus securing the future of Namibia's desert elephants. They do this by building protective walls around water points, training locals in conflict mitigation tactics, and continuously monitoring the various elephant herds.

Protection of the drinking stations

The Elephant Wildlife Volunteer Project directly supports local communities by protecting vulnerable water infrastructure from damage through the construction of walls.

About the project

Track, Monitor & ID

EHRA is proud to play a key role in collecting accurate data on elephants, their respective herds and movement patterns. This information is of critical importance.

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Knowledge & Training

Education is an important tool to secure the future of our free-ranging desert elephants in Namibia. The PEACE Project, is a community oriented elephant education program for people in Namibia.

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Who is EHRA Namibia?

Elephant-Human Relations Aid (EHRA) is a Namibian registered non-profit organization that has been working to protect desert elephants in the region for over 15 years. The PEACE project was launched in 2009 to reduce people's fear and intolerance of elephants by providing them with practical safety tips and knowledge on how to peacefully coexist with elephants.

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