What we do
We support a number of ongoing rhino conservation programmes by funding a range of activities with grants and in collaboration with our conservation partners. You can read more about these by clicking below.
Conservation activities supported by Save the Rhino International are: anti-poaching and monitoring programmes (about 70% of our grants); community conservation and environmental education programmes (about 20% of our grants); and research, translocations
Save the Rhino currently supports field programmes in Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Africa, as well as the work of the IUCN SSC African Rhino Specialist Group.
Save the Rhino currently supports ongoing field programmes in India and Indonesia (see Projects for a grant towards community activities in Nepal).
As well as the long-term, ongoing field programmes that we support, we occasionally make one-off grants to an NGO for a particular - perhaps short-term - project.
Field staff profiles
In this section, you can meet some of the people who work at the rhino conservation field programmes we support. These are the people who inspire you and keep you working hard, even when it's a bad day in the office.