Save the Rhino International works to conserve viable populations of critically endangered rhinos in Africa and Asia. We recognise that the future of wildlife is inextricably linked to the communities that share its habitat.Help us by donating
Kenya: Big Life Foundation
The Chyulu Hills National Park is a vital part of the Tsavo ecosystem, it acts as a crucial water catchment area and provides food and shelter for diversity of wildlife.
Zambia: North Luangwa Conservation Programme
In the early 1990's Zambia's black rhinos with poached to extinction, this programme has seen them return to the North Luangwa National Park and manage their on-going protection and breeding.
Increase in Javan rhino population!
According to news reports from Ujung Kulon National Park, 58 individual Javan rhinos have been identified through monitoring activities
Tackling the demand for rhino horn
Behaviour change strategies are key to stop the current rhino poaching crisis