As an “alliance group” GKEPF is not a homogenous structure, rather a diverse group of stakeholders united by a shared common interest in the protection, preservation and welfare of vulnerable and threatened species of the “Greater Kruger Environmental Protected Zone” including the portion of the Kruger National Park known as the Joint Protection Zone (JPZ) and the adjacent Greater Lebombo Conservancy in Mozambique.

GKEPF provides a platform for co-operation and collaboration between interested and effected partners in the demand and supply chain, bringing together the efforts of stakeholders that include The World Wildlife Fund, The Peace Parks Foundation, The Kruger National Park, Manyeleti Nature Reserve and neighbouring Private Nature Reserves on a number of strategic interventions.