School Visits

One of the key goals for The Elephant Society is to raise awareness of the harms that illegal ivory trade has on humans and wildlife. We believe that the future generations are of paramount importance in the continued preservation of these endangered species. For the past years, The Elephant Society has brought Masaai warrior Daniel Sumbu to Hong Kong in order to spread his message of conservation to those of all ages who have a concern for the preservation of their environment. 
If you are a student, teacher or parent of a Hong Kong or Singaporean primary or secondary school, we strongly urge you to Get Involved or Contact Us to find out about Daniel's 2016 visit.

For the first time, in 2016, The Elephant Society will be hosting School Based Competitions, for primary and secondary schools in Hong Kong and Singapore to further raise awareness for the fight against ivory poaching.

The Elephant Society's previous Hong Kong School Visits

-- "Masaai warrior Daniel Sambu, along with The Elephant Society anti-ivory organisation, visits Harrow School school in Hong Kong to speak to the students there. They are here to educate the children about the harm of ivory trade in their home country of Hong Kong and to help them understand what they can do to help the conservation of elephants and rhinos in East Africa. The end of the talk was followed by a jumping challenge, much to the enjoyment of the students and Daniel alike."