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Zambia: North Luangwa Conservation Programme
North Luangwa Conservation Programme (NLCP) works to protect the wildlife and habitats of the North Luangwa National Park and surrounding areas. Black rhinos were reintroduced since 2003.
Namibia: Save the Rhino Trust
Save the Rhino Trust works to monitor and protect the critically endangered desert-adapted black rhino in Namibia's Kunene region
Van Deventer brothers arrested again
Ten years ago the arrests of the van Deventer brothers for rhino poaching uncovered the "Boere rhino mafia", a criminal ring operating in South Africa, and shed light on the role of pseudo-hunts in illegal rhino poaching.
Leading environmental organisations in Namibia hold China accountable for increased wildlife crime
Supported by 40 organisations including Save the Rhino Trust, our key partner in Namibia, an open letter to China's Ambassador to Windhoek calls on the Chinese government to acknowledge the scale of Chinese involvement in wildlife crime and "make good."
New research published on China's market for rhino horn
"Rhino Rage: What is driving illegal consumer demand for rhino horn?" is the first report of its kind in its research methodology on the subject of China's rhino horn markets, and the first behavioural economic study focusing on the illegal wildlife produ