Sixteen elephants were slaughtered by poachers in the northern regions of Mali in January. The Mali elephants have recently changed their migration route and are now staying close to communities who support their wellbeing. Evidence supports the fact that the elephants do know where they are safe. Two children, Abby and Theo have raised nearly $10,000 to assist the elephants and offer this good advice: 1. Complaining is not productive. 2. Relationships are at the root of the problem and the solution. And, 3. You’ve got friends: use them. The Mali Elephant Program is a project of the WILD Foundation. Read the full story.