Conservation Kafue, Zambia
Tyrone McKeith & Phil Jeffery founded Musekese Conservation in 2018 in response to a sharp increase in poaching in the North-Eastern sector of the Kafue NP.

In the past, through their safari company Jeffery & McKeith, they had always supported the authorities and other organisations as and where they could but it became increasingly apparent that small, in-kind support was simply not enough despite the numerous organisations in and around Zambia. They therefore set out to establish Musekese Conservation with the support and endorsement of the government and local authorities. This enabled them to train and equip two full time anti-poaching teams stationed permanently at their base in Kafue National Park.

Short term goals
Further Goals
Medium and long-term goals include the formation of a guide training facility and ecological centre for research and conservation, the establishment of community education and outreach programmes, and the reinforcement of other Safe Zones throughout Kafue National Park within the framework of DNPW (Department of National Parks & Wildlife) and alongside fellow conservation organizations.
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Ranger Support in Kafue National Park
Our goal is to continuously finance these projects and to support them with a constant sum every year. This facilitates the annual planning for our partners in Africa.
Success Stories
2022 - Anti Poaching, Kafue, Zambia - donation of USD 20,000

Zambia's economy began to show signs of recovery in 2021 despite the global health and economic traumas of 2020. International travel and trade networks and associated tourism activities recovered gradually, a welcome relief to Musekese Conservation.