Tusk Conservation Lecture 2016

Gorilla Conservation and Improved Health Care – how are they linked?

This year's Tusk Conservation Lecture on 3rd November is a rare opportunity to hear Dr Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka talk about her fascinating and unique approach to conservation.


In the legacy of the late Dian Fossey, Gladys is a leading conservationist saving the critically endangered mountain gorillas of Uganda and neighbouring countries, and will deliver a very powerful talk. 

As Founder of Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH), Gladys improves primary health care to both people and animals, with a vision to control transmission of disease where people, wildlife and livestock meet. An articulate, polished advocate, Gladys has starred in many documentaries, including for the BBC, National Geographic and Animal Planet.  

·         Lecture Only: £15 (+ Eventbrite Booking Fee of £1.48)

·         Lecture + Reception: £35 (+ Eventbrite Booking Fee of £2.58)

·         Where: Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR

·         When: Thursday, 3rd November 2016

·         Doors open at 6:00pm - Lecture commences at 6:45pm

·         Reception (drinks & canapés) 8:00 - 9:00pm

·         Please click here to order tickets through Eventbrite.co.uk

·         If you would prefer to pay by cheque please make it payable to "Tusk Trading Ltd" and send to Tusk Trust, 4 Cheapside House, High Street, Gillingham, Dorset, SP8 4AA.

·         Click here for more information on the Lecture, or call the Tusk Office on 01747 831005 for any further enquiries.