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The Foundation

We are an international non-governmental organization (NGO) working in the area of wildlife conservation and biodiversity protection all over the world, integrating Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) at each step of the way.

Wild at Life e.V. works tirelessly to rescue and protect species and provide them with safe habitat to thrive in. We promote public awareness and support wildlife conservation efforts, advocating for policies that protect and preserve natural habitat and animals calling it home.

Our areas of activity

Hindering lion canned hunting farm practice
Combating illegal wildlife trade
Endangered species rescue, conservation & anti-poaching
Human-wildlife conflict mitigation & community empowerment
Farm, stray, & laboratory animals rescue & welfare
Climate change & natural disaster relief missions
Providing Aid in War-Torn Regions

featured in an award-winning documentary

Stopping The Next Pandemics

a joint production of ARTE France, Georama TV, and NHK Japan

The film shows how illegal wildlife trade poses a serious threat to human health, and highlights the importance of preserving natural ecosystems to prevent future pandemics.

Your support is vital!

Wild at Life is completely funded by your donations. Your support is essential for us to carry on with our life-saving work. We kindly invite you to join us on this path towards a better future for all species and their ecosystems.

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The Founder

Aslihan Gedik, commonly called Asli among her peers, is the Founding Chairwoman and Chief Conservation Officer (CCO) of Wild at Life e.V..

During her nine-to-six hours, she works as an investment banker. With over two decades of experience, Asli uses her strong knowledge of banking and sustainable finance to tackle the problems threatening wildlife and biodiversity.

As an avid animal right activist, she has dedicated much of her life to protecting and rescuing abused, orphaned, and neglected animals. For example, she planned and conducted war-zone missions, most notably the abandoned zoo mission in Syria in the summer of 2017.

Additionally, Asli is a professionally trained natural disaster emergency responder and has overseen rescue missions for earthquakes, wildfires, and floods.

You make us proud!

We have been operating since 2016. During this time, thanks to YOUR support, we have achieved major milestones in conserving wildlife. We will continue to Keep Wildlife Wild, with YOU

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Our projects

South Africa

A rhinoceros is a large herbivorous mammal known for its thick skin and one or more horns on its snout. There are five species: Black, White, Indian, Javan, and Sumatran.


The trafficking of chimpanzees is not only a threat to the species, but it also contributes to the spread of diseases, such as Ebola and HIV, which can spread from primates to humans. Our efforts to combat chimpanzee trafficking include


The rehabilitation process can take months or even years, depending on the severity of the animal’s physical and psychological trauma. Once the animals are healthy and strong enough, they are often placed in sanctuaries or adopted into loving homes where

Matusadona National Park & Chizarira National Park, Zimbabwe

Collaring also helps reduce human-wildlife conflict by enabling conservationists to track lion movements and alert nearby communities when lions are in the area. This can prevent unintentional human-lion encounters, reducing the risk of conflicts that could result in injury or

Find out about all Wild At Life’s projects.

News from the wild

Here is a handful of the latest Wild At Life news.
Here you will find updates of information contained in the description of our long-term activities, photo reports, videos and much more.

We invite you to read!

Project update
July 15, 2024

Yesterday, was World Chimpanzee Day, a moment to celebrate these incredible creatures and raise awareness about their plight. Chimpanzees, our closest living relatives, are facing numerous threats that have pushed them to the edge of extinction. At Wild at Life

July 13, 2024

We are pleased to share a blog post by our Advisory Board Member, Dr. Simon Buckle, published on the British Ecological Society’s Climate Change Ecology blog. He discusses the impact of net-zero goals on climate change, biodiversity, and human well-being.

July 9, 2024

The Crisis Facing Pangolins Pangolins, unique creatures that look like a mix between an aardvark and an armadillo, are the most trafficked mammals in the world. They are illegally hunted for their scales, which are in high demand on the

June 26, 2024

We are thrilled to share some fantastic news with you! Our very own Founder and Chief Conservation Officer, Asli Han Gedik, has been appointed as a Technical Advisor for the global initiative “End Wildlife Crime”. This exciting appointment shows Asli’s

Project update
May 30, 2024

We are pleased to share a positive update on the situation involving the pigs from the neglected slaughterhouse in Sachsen-Anhalt. Our team successfully rescued the nine surviving pigs, ensuring they received immediate veterinary care and a safe, nurturing environment.

Project update
April 29, 2024
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