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. We do this by supporting the core activities and meetings of the African Rhino Specialist Group, occasional grants to Pachyderm and the Rhino Resource Center, and other cross-cutting projects, such as a Regional Canine Coordinator, or workshops to look at new technology for rhino monitoring and security.
To support the work of the IUCN SSC African Rhino Specialist Group, go to donate and select "Africa-African Rhino Specialist Group".
IUCN - African Rhino Specialist Group
The IUCN comprises of various rhino experts who operate as a network to address both strategic and implementation challenges for rhino conservation.
Kenya: Association of Private Land Rhino Sanctuaries
The APLRS is a members' group of private and community wildlife conservancies, based in the Laikipia District of Kenya.
Workhop 1: Using technology to protect Africa's and Asia’s rhino
A practical, technical meeting for rhino field programme managers from African rhino range states and India
Workshop 2: Using technology to protect Africa's and Asia’s rhino
Wildlife security experts from 13 countries recently gathered in Kruger National Park to identify tools and techniques to advance wildlife protection
The scene of the crime
In February-March 2012, participants from the Namibian government and local NGOs undertook a series of Scene-of-the-crime training courses
Building leadership capacity in Indonesia
This project will be part of a Masters of Science undertaken by Mr Sectionov, who currently works as the Indonesia Liaison for the IRF.
Fundraising training courses in India
In December 2011, SRI's Director Cathy Dean travelled with Susie Ellis, Executive Director of the IRF, to India, where they delivered 2 x fundraising courses to local NGOs
A southern African sabbatical
In 2011, Save the Rhino's Director, Cathy Dean, and her husband Kenneth Donaldson, spent a 6-month sabbatical working in Namibia and Zimbabwe