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.
Using modern technology to protect Africa's and Asia’s rhinos: security and monitoring workshop No. 2South Africa
Wildlife security experts from 13 countries recently gathered in Kruger National Park, to discuss recent patterns in rhino poaching and to identify tools and techniques to advance wildlife protection and improve interception of illegally trafficked rhino
2013 African Rhino Specialist Group meetingKenya
The IUCN SSC African Rhino Specialist Group meets every 2-3 years. The 2013 meeting is being held in Laikipia, Kenya, in February. Rhino conservation managers, donors and other experts will discuss a full agenda over six days. Save the Rhino International
Education for Nature VietnamViet Nam
With rhino poaching escalating, SRI is now working with a new partner, Education for Nature Vietnam, who do fantastic work in raising awareness and tackling wildlife crime within Vietnam, to try and reduce the demand for rhino horn.
Using modern technology to protect Africa's rhinos: security and technology workshopNamibia
A practical, technical meeting for rhino field programme managers from African rhino range states and India, to examine new technologies for use for rhino montoring and anti-poaching.
Building leadership capacity in IndonesiaIndonesia
This project will be part of a Master’s of Science and then PhD undertaken by Mr Sectionov, who currently works as the Indonesia Liaison for the IRF. Mr Sectionov has conducted research and field conservation work with Javan rhinos
The scene of the crimeNamibia
In February and March 2012, participants from the Namibian government and local NGOs undertook a series of Scene-of-the-crime training courses delivered by Wildlife Investigators Rod Potter and Wayne Evans
Fundraising training courses in IndiaIndia
In December 2011, SRI's Director Cathy Dean travelled with Susie Ellis, Executive Director of the International Rhino Foundation, to West Bengal in India, where they delivered 2 x fundraising courses to local NGOs
A southern African sabbaticalNamibia
From February to July 2011, Save the Rhino's Director, Cathy Dean, and her husband, Kenneth Donaldson, spent a six-month sabbatical working with Save the Rhino Trust, the Ministry of Environment and Tourism and the Dambari Wildlife Trust
Exchange visits for rhino monitorsZimbabwe
In July 2011, the Lowveld Rhino Trust in Zimbabwe played host to rhino monitors and security managers from Kenya (Maasailand Preservation Trust, Kenya Wildlife Service, Ol Pejeta Conservancy and Lewa Wildlife Conservancy) and from the Namibian Ministry of