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.
Our top priority strategy is to protect and increase rhino numbers and population distribution in African and Asian range states: Save the Rhino currently supports field programmes in Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia, South Africa and Indonesia.
An important part of Save the Rhino's work is to encourage the exchange of information and expertise between rhino conservation practitioners, state agencies, NGOs etc.
Championing community-led conservation
Save the Rhino works with its partners on the ground to incentivise and secure support for rhino conservation by improving livelihoods and empowering local people, living under a variety of land tenure systems, through the promotion of benefits derived fr
Reducing illegal horn trade
Through our grants, Save the Rhino aims to reduce gaps in knowledge about trafficking routes, research the markets for rhino horn trade and consumer behaviour in priority consumer countries, identify ways of reducing the demand for illegal rhino horn, and
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.